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* LIABILITY QUESTIONED: As the Collision Industry Conference (CIC) meets this week, New Jersey shop owner Joe Lubrano hopes they will take up another of the issues related to non-OEM parts. "The question I feel that has to be answered is: If an insurance company refuses to pay for anything but non-OEM parts, and a shop uses those parts, could the shop be held liable," Lubrano said. "Could a shop, for example, be held responsible for a diminished value or liability claim if a non OEM absorber, reinforcement or hood does not function property in a subsequent accident, possibly causing bodily injury? Shops are constantly put in the middle by insurers paying only for non-OEM parts and consumers being unwilling to pay the difference. In today's world where people are being sued for much less, I would hope CIC would take this matter as seriously as I do and try answer this difficult question."


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