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Minnesota Case Takes One Step Closer to Trial

The case between Safelite Group, Safelite Solutions and the Minnesota Commerce Commissioner is moving closer to trial. Safelite Group had sued the commissioner and asked the U.S. District Court of Minnesota for a preliminary injunction to enjoin and declare invalid enforcement of a Minnesota statute which excludes “Safelite from doing business in Minnesota without the opportunity for a hearing.” Continue reading

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Safelite Calls Minnesota Commerce Commissioner’s Response a “Red Herring”

Safelite Group and Safelite Solutions attorneys says the Minnesota Commerce Commissioner is attempting “to distract attention from the unconstitutional speech restrictions by asserting that Safelite is ‘engaged in the unlicensed adjusting of insurance claims.’” The attorneys call this a “red herring” and say the crux of the case is about the company’s right to free speech, not licensed claims adjustment. Continue reading

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