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my insurance company said my insurance was lapsed less than 30 days before my accident but they refuse to reinstate or cover me

1 Answers. Asked on Feb 05th, 2014 on Insurance - Connecticut
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What do I do? I paid 400 a month for full coverage and didn't miss a payment there was a back pay of some sort owed from a previous vehicle which I was unaware of. I continued to pay my normal 400 a month but did not pay the 100 or so back pay I had no idea of...
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Answered on Feb 12th, 2014 at 8:00 PM
The rules regarding cancellation of an insurance policy are very specific and must be followed by an insurance company who drops you. To discuss your case in more detail please feel free to contact my office. - Tony Sheffy 860-620-9460 ext 106

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