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Lawsuits

The number of auto glass lawsuits filed in Florida went up by more than 4,000% in ten years (2011 to 2021).

While progress has been made in Florida to address the state’s deepening property insurance market crisis, there is also a crisis in the auto market.

We must continue to chip away at the litigation-for-profit machine that encourages auto glass lawsuits — primarily benefiting trial lawyers — increasing claims costs and the overall cost of insurance. Windshields are a key safety measure in a car, and ensuring they are correctly restored or replaced is paramount.

Fix the Cracks is an initiative to protect consumers from predatory auto glass claims and litigation, and to ensure passenger safety. Here you will find resources on how so many Floridians are unknowingly signing their rights away to vendors who are in cahoots with trial attorneys, why the impact of those fees is felt by every insured driver and how safety may be compromised.

Resources
Resources

View these resources to help
spot and report
auto glass repair scams.

1

How AOB Glass Abuse Happens

2

Windshield Bullies

3

Report Fraud

4

Contact Consumer Services

A Growing Problem
A Growing Problem

By the Numbers

In 2011, there were 591 glass/windshield claim lawsuits filed in the state. The number has grown in 10 years (in 2021) to:

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Fix the Cracks is an initiative to protect consumers from predatory auto glass claims and litigation.
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Stay in touch to learn more about attorney fee reform, and remember, if an offer to replace your windshield sounds too good to be true, it probably is.

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