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ALLSTATE MESSED ME OVER

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adjusterjack

Senior Member
Kentucky insurance law allows an insurance company to cancel or adjust rates for underwriting reasons within 60 days of issuing a new policy. This is a risk you take ANY time with ANY company when you buy a new policy. The policy can be "accepted" based solely on the application provided by the prospective insured and then underwritten within the next 60 days of issuance.

They said it was because I had a mobile home attached to my house but they had pictures before they accepted me
Who had the pictures and when did they have them? When did you apply? How did you apply? Online? Did you fill out an application? Is it possible that the underwriter didn't see the pictures when the application went in?
 


Kentucky insurance law allows an insurance company to cancel or adjust rates for underwriting reasons within 60 days of issuing a new policy. This is a risk you take ANY time with ANY company when you buy a new policy. The policy can be "accepted" based solely on the application provided by the prospective insured and then underwritten within the next 60 days of issuance.



Who had the pictures and when did they have them? When did you apply? How did you apply? Online? Did you fill out an application? Is it possible that the underwriter didn't see the pictures when the application went in?
I thu] I thought they came out and took pictures. March 16 I think, yes, I think I did it online, it is not my fault if they did not see them
 

quincy

Senior Member
Really. Paid who? This is called "freeadvice."
The forum is free. There are additional sections of the website with attorneys who answer questions. If a visitor wants the communication with the attorney to be private and confidential, that option is also available for a (generally small) charge.
 
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Eekamouse

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The forum is free. There are additional sections of the forum with attorneys who answer questions. If a visitor wants the communication to be private and confidential, there is a (generally small) charge.
So why is he in this section where the advice is free? I think he's lost.
 

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