As a senior licensing instructor, Chris Orrison helps GEICO associates obtain the certifications and licenses they need to serve customers. Orrison has been an adjunct continuing education instructor at Central Georgia Technical College (CGTC) since 2012 and recently started teaching business credit courses.
A Michigan federal court Thursday dismissed Geico’s price-fixing claims in massive multidistrict litigation against auto parts makers, but allowed the company an opportunity to sue the defendants individually.
The owner of The Collision Company, an independent auto body shop in Kirksville, Mo., filed a lawsuit against GEICO insurance after the shop faced a $10,000 deficit from an estimate that GEICO would not pay.
Local employees from Service King Collision Repair Centers, Enterprise-Rent-a-Car and GEICO worked together as part of the National Auto Body Council’s Recycled Rides program after hearing the stories of U.S. Army veteran Leon Swain and the family of Micah and Cameron Cortez.
GEICO, the second largest auto insurer in the U.S., announced at today’s ribbon-cutting event that it will open its newest office in Lenexa, Kan., and plan to add 500 associates during the next five years.
The court filings allege GEICO engaged in a conspiracy beginning no later than 2014 with a small group of auto body shops in Portland to provide incomplete repairs in return for a promise of consistent referrals.
The 2017 donation follows a memorable donation during the summer of 2016 when H&V, GEICO and other partners teamed up at a ValleyCats game for a donation of three cars to three veterans. The vehicles donated on Aug. 19 will be the 18th, 19th and 20th vehicles donated by H&V. Last month, H&V and partners donated a refurbished van to the Vet House in Albany.
The lawsuit 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.