“The lawsuit, originally filed in 13th Judicial Circuit Court in Florida by plaintiff VIP Auto Glass Inc., accuses Geico of using arbitrary price comparisons to determine a “prevailing competitive price” for its reimbursements to automotive glass companies, in order to pay as a little as possible.
The prices Geico sets are significantly lower than the NAGS benchmark list price, according to the complaint.
The case arose after a February incident in which Deryl Jones—listed in the court records as the “insured customer”—had his windshield repaired and replaced by VIP Auto Glass, in accordance with Jones’ insurance policy.”
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