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Sarita

Guest
If you receive a policy stating that you have full coverage on your vehicle, and you've been paying this policy, then your vehicle is stolen. Should you get the full coverage cost of the vehicle?

What if the company tells you they made a mistake and they did not enter you into their system as having full coverage on the vehicle so your policy is incorret. So they will not be reimbursing you for this vehicle, can they do this? Even if you have been paying the preimuim as haveing full coverage?
 


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lars coltrane

Guest
I get a feeling someone is trying to mess with you. Of course, we have not seen your paperwork, including policy or declarations page, we do not know how long you have been paying, or if you have an agent. But, this does not smell right. So, I suggest that you take the letters and you policy and meet with a lawyer to see if you have a good bad faith case (bad faith being an insurance co. denying the insurance contract or terms of the insurance contract).

good luck and let us know what happens.
 

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