We had our insurance company cancel our policy. We never rec’d anything from them. The only reason we found out was they sent our check back.

Can anything be done? Can we get any money back for the higher rates we have to pay now?Is this allowed in MN, since we never got a thirty day letter or even a phone call?

Asked on June 29, 2009 under Insurance Law, Minnesota

Answers:

Robert A. Manson / Robert A. Manson, P.A.

Answered 11 years ago | Contributor

Call the office of the insurance commissioner.  They are usually very helpful and can tell you what you can do.


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