Local news stories affecting the auto body industry in California, Nevada, Oregon, Washington, Idaho, Montana, Hawaii, Alaska and Wyoming
GEICO has filed a federal lawsuit in California alleging that a local auto glass repair shop submitted fraudulent repair bills.
Attorney General Lawrence Wasden has announced an Idaho Falls woman was sentenced Monday for insurance fraud.
Fix Auto Orangevale, a recognized leader in auto body repairs throughout the Sacramento area, has won the Best of Orangevale Auto Body Repair award 3 years in a row.
Standing behind a blue curtain wearing a black welder’s mask, Ryland Rimmasch is already training for a career that pays more than some of his teachers at Central High make.
A fixture in the Lovell business community is celebrating its 40th anniversary this year with a new location that has more than doubled the capacity of the former operation.
Farmers Insurance has shown its support to local servicemen, servicewomen and their families in San Diego, CA through a couple of generous donations.
G & C Auto Body, the Crozat Family Foundation, and Allstate Insurance are teaming up to help two survivors of domestic abuse get back on their feet by presenting each of them with keys to two newly refurbished vehicle.
As the National Auto Body Council (NABC) celebrates 25 years of supporting the industry, the non-profit organization held “NABC Day” at the Tahquitz Creek Golf Club in Palm Springs, CA, on Jan. 14.