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The Campfield v. Safelite suit has gone back and forth in court for years, between additional evidence to rescheduling court dates. In late September, Safelite requested to seal a document in hopes of restricting what information is made available to … Continue reading
A U.S. District Court in Ohio has ordered Rich Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond in Grand Junction, Colo., to make a settlement demand by the end of this month in the case against Safelite Group, Safelite Solutions and Safelite Fulfillment (Safelite). Safelite is to respond no later than December 20, 2015, according to the U.S. District Court, Southern District of Ohio, Eastern Division. The case revolves around allegations of misleading advertising that favors replacement of windshields rather than repairs of long cracks.
Safelite Group, Safelite Solutions and Safelite Fulfillment have asked the judge to dismiss a lawsuit filed by Rich Campfield, founder of Ultra Bond in Grand Junction, Colo., which alleges misleading advertising that favors replacement of windshields rather than repairs of long cracks, which have “wiped out a large portion (if not most) of the market for Ultra Bond’s products and services.”