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what areas of discussion between glass companies and insurance companies would be a good place to begin.
although i lack experience in negotiation, i have heard it is easier to start with the little things, and work your way to the most difficult things.
i guess they do that with union negotiations? i guess money is held off to the last or close to the last.
where would a productive discussion begin?
i would guess one could start with the time from completion of work to payment, although state laws probably already address that?
maybe agress adoption on state farms contracts demonstrates the ins companies desire for quality work? although that gets us back to glass shops being different in regard to quality, which leads to money again.
where would you begin a constructive conversation, and what goal would you be shooting for? i have heard that networks save insurance companies money by outsourcing their claims, but state farm for instance used to pay within 2 weeks easy, now with lynx takes much longer than state law requires?
where would you like to start? sorry this turned out to be so long, i was born in a rambler.