Posts Tagged ‘lawsuit’

Association Brings Insurance to The Forefront During Latest Webinar

Jun 12th, 2019

The International Window Film Association’s (IWFA) most recent seminar shed light on the importance of insurance and the variety of types available for all window film businesses. The association did this by bringing in Raul F. Campa, Grayhawk Insurance and Risk Management agent with nearly two decades of experience. Insurance Types The webinar began with […]

Lawsuit Alleging Tint as a Factor in Teen’s Death, Ready for Trial

Jan 25th, 2017

The 2015 lawsuit alleging that window tint was a contributing factor in an accident that killed 15-year-old Jenna Daniels in New York State is ready for trial, according to a recently filed court document. The lawsuit was brought forth by Elvia Daniels, the deceased’s mother, against Jason R. Hills, the driver of the vehicle, and […]

XPEL Granted More Time to Respond to 3M

Apr 27th, 2016

While they’re against each other in court, 3M and XPEL came together on one thing—more time. In a court document filed recently, attorneys from both parties requested a time extension for XPEL to respond to 3M’s complaint of paint protection film patent infringement. The date requested was today, April 27; however, on April 25, a judge […]

Can Window Film Prevent Future Wired Glass Incidents in Schools?

May 7th, 2014

A $5 million (CAD) lawsuit has been filed against the Halton Catholic District School Board in Ontario, Canada, last week stemming from an incident last May involving wired glass. The installation of a security window film on such windows may help injuries and lawsuits. As detailed in a press release from the law firm handling […]