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Coverage & Claims

Will my insurance company pay for damage that I caused if my policy is cancelled?

If your policy was active at the time of the accident then they should still provide coverage for the damage. You can contact your insurance company or just wait for the person who owns the damaged property to contact your insurance company for repairs.
Dec 19, 2016 Grand Junction, CO

General Insurance

How do I find a policy if I was dropped by my carrier because of too many claims?

Really, the only solution is to shop with as many companies as possible. If you are having an issue finding coverage because of recent claims, you may have to go with a non standard carrier until those incidents pass 3 years.
Dec 10, 2016 Chicago, IL

General Insurance

What do I do if my insurance company drops me for non-payment?

Your company may allow you to make up the payment, but there will likely be some type of fee involved with reinstating your policy because of the lapse in coverage. Unfortunately in most states, insurance companies aren't legally obligated to offer a grace period so that would be up to your specific carrier.
Nov 17, 2016 Minneapolis, MN

Coverage & Claims

If my company is about to cancel my insurance, can I still submit a new claim before they cancel me?

Technically, as long as your policy is still active then you are still covered under the terms of that policy. So yes, you should still be able to file an insurance claim before the date of your policy cancellation.
Nov 4, 2016 Citrus Heights, CA

Coverage & Claims Driving History

Can I reinstate a cancelled policy?

It is certainly possible that your insurance company will allow you to reinstate your policy, but there is likely a cut-off date so you should contact them ASAP to inquire about reinstating your coverage. Often times when a policy is cancelled for non-payment, the customer has a grace period to make payment and keep the policy active.
Jun 26, 2016 Waverly, OH

General Insurance

Should I cancel my policy if I sold my vehicle and won't be getting another car for a month?

Canceling your auto insurance when you sell a vehicle sounds like a good idea until you realize the potential pitfalls of doing so. While it may not make sense to maintain auto insurance when you no longer own a vehicle, consider the fact that you still have to have insurance to test drive a vehicle that you are thinking about purchasing.
Mar 9, 2016 Lincoln, NE
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