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Insurance company, body shop barred from using ’crash parts’

 Wednesday, January 2, 2013

 Charleston Gazette

A Kanawha County judge has issued a permanent injunction against an insurance company and a St. Albans body shop owner accused of illegally installing "junkyard" parts on new vehicles. The court granted state Attorney General Darrell McGraw’s motion to prevent Liberty Mutual and Greg Chandler, the owner of Greg Chandler’s Frame and Body, from installing used "crash parts" on vehicles built within three years of the date of the crash. "Crash parts" usually refer to exterior or interior fiberglass or metal materials that make up the body of the vehicle, such as fenders, bumpers, door panels and wheel wells.
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