Can I obtain declarations page from an old cancel insurance policy
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Insurance Question from Kansas City, MO
Asked on 12/07/2016
Can I obtain declarations page from an old cancel insurance policy NULL
Answer given on December 12, 2016
You should be able to obtain a copy of an old cancelled or expired declarations page if it was your policy.You should contact your agent if you had one. If not, contact the insurance company directly. You will need to provide them with the policy number and the named insured as shown on the policy as well as what policy term you are looking for. Most insurance companies maintain records of old policies for at least 10 years, and many keep them even longer.If you do not know the old policy number, they may be able to look it up using your name. There is no guarantee of this, but the insurance companies usually cross reference names to the policy number. The more information you can provide them the more likely they will be able to assist you. It will possibly take some time as they often scan the old policies and file them either on a computer or some still use paper files.
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