This Association is a not-for-profit organization, comprised of body shop owners located in both Nassau and Suffolk Counties of Long Island.
The members have organized to serve and further the interests of the body shops of Long Island.
Among the aims of this organization are the following:
1. To develop organizational framework in order to give all members, including the smallest shop of the Association, fair representation in the successful pursuit of its business interests.
2. To develop an exchange of information and ideas beneficial to shop owners.
3. To unify body shops and develop a code of ethics.
4. To take appropriate action in an effort to discontinue any unethical practices to which we, as an industry, are subjected.
New York State Labor Department Posting Requirements
New York State Auto Collision Technicians Association
The New York State Auto Collision Technicians Association, (NYSACTA) today announced it is alerting its members and the general public to the potential safety risks with the use of aftermarket crash parts, and is calling on all insurers in NY who specify the use of un-tested, unqualified, NON-OEM compliant crash parts to take corrective action immediately.
State Farm’s Survey, which is used to determine current rates, is available online.
The survey information is reviewed frequently.
The Long Island Auto Body Repairmen's Association
ACT WITH KNOWLEDGE - STAY CONNECTED WITH YOUR INDUSTRY
All Members, Spouses & Employees are Welcome to Attend & Participate
LIABRA P.O. Box 482
Centereach, N.Y. 11720
or E-mail Greenmtn@aol.com
Guide to Complete Repair Planning
Operations Reference Handbook
FOUR BASIC CONSUMER RIGHTS
“Consumers need to know their rights, and know that the Insurance Department stands ready to protect them,” Superintendent of Insurance Eric R. Dinallo said. “If your insurer tells you that you need to get your car inspected or repaired at a particular place, call the Insurance Department at 1-800-342-3736. If, unfortunately, you are in an accident and need to have your car repaired, call the Department to find out your rights, or visit our website.”
Steering You Wrong
Randy Hassell sounds exasperated before the conversation even begins. The owner of Hassell Bros. Auto Body in Jamaica, Queens, has made these calls hundreds of times; he knows what is coming. A representative from GEICO, one of the largest automobile insurance companies in the nation, answers. She is sweet, her delivery is smooth and soothing. Randy explains that he is calling to report a claim for a customer who has taken his car to his shop for an estimate and repair. The calls all go according to what seems like a pre-set plan.
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Hurricane Sandy Disaster Relief Info
Dear Liabra Member,
In the wake of Hurricane Sandy, we hope damage and interruption of your lives and businesses have been as minimal as possible.
Although our main office has sustained damage, has very limited service, and is unavailable to effectively communicate in a routine and business as usual fashion, our satellite office is up and running. We stand ready to assist you, if at all possible, to help recover from the storm as quickly as possible.
LIABRA 2012 ANNUAL GOLF OUTING
LIABRA held its eleventh annual golf outing on September 24th at the beautiful Port Jefferson Country Club.
A wounded war veteran and his wife were hoping to find their stolen car but instead found support from strangers across Long Island.
Long Island Repairers Donate 13 Refurbished Vehicles to Veterans
On Saturday, December 15, a group of Long Island, NY repairers changed the lives of 13 area military veterans thanks to the gifting of refurbished vehicles the through National Auto Body Council's (NABC) Recycled Rides program. The vehicles were presented to recipients at the Veterans of Foreign Wars (VFW) Hall 31 on Horseblock Road in Centereach, New York.
DEC form must be sent in by 03/11/2011
Please call Ed Kizenberger 631-941-9647 with any questions.
6H Neshap Instructions
6H Neshap Initial
New EPA Automotive Requirements
Example Owner/Operator Certification for Painter Training
EPA Painter Training Certification Checklist
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