A full-service cafeteria with wellness dining options and reusable dishware
A gourmet coffee bar
More than 4,500 parking spaces, 98 percent of which will be covered
A health center with physical therapy services
Two rooftop gardens
Full locker rooms
State-of-the-art conference center
Open floor plan to maximize natural light
“Located in the vibrant Legacy West development, Liberty Mutual’s Plano campus offers employees convenient access to shops, restaurants and apartments,” Liberty Mutual described the project in 2015. “This proximity, combined with in-office amenities such as an on-site medical center, full-service cafeteria, covered parking, full locker rooms, and two rooftop gardens for relaxation help support employees’ lifestyles and demands and provide an environment where they can be their best, both personally and professionally.”
So if Liberty Mutual or Safeco gives you grief over an estimate, ask them how they like their gourmet coffee bar, wellness dining options and rooftop gardens. Also, point out that they’ll save 4,410 cars worth of Texas hail claims with the covered parking, so they can certainly pay for you to repair customers’ vehicles correctly by following OEM procedures.
What a carrier spends to treat itself and recruit employees is its own business. But it shouldn’t be subsequently fighting proper repairs contractually owed to its customers as a means of offsetting such internal costs or the percentage of premium dollars going to such internal costs. And such an extravagant spender certainly needs to quit pleading poverty by threatening higher premiums whenever lawmakers or officials attempt to make it follow the letter and spirit of their auto property damage policies and state law.