In my state Michigan its usually about 6 months, but i would get insured before the experation date on your proofsincase the new isurance agency wants to see proof
No. Term insurance does not accrue cash value, so if it is canceled or lapses for nonpayment of premium it terminates, coverage ends. Further, in order for any life insurance to pay a death benefit, the insured must die while the policy is in force.
I think you have to be in the military to have army car insurance. Because military members and their families move around a lot, they were penalized in the past. For example, people who were deployed often canceled their insurance policies while they were overseas. This caused a gap in their insurance, which insurance companies penalized. Now, many insurance companies (GEICO and the United Services Automobile Association, or USAA, being the first to develop such services) offer to suspend or have lower rates for people who are deployed. Thus they have no gap
The answer may depend on the dates when you were on FMLA leave as the law underwent some changes and is date dependent. In general, insurance may only be canceled if insurance payments were not made. But for this to occur, the employer must give you advanced notice that this will occur due to nonpayment.
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No, the insurance company will not cancel your insurance for having three accidents, but they will increase your insurance premium.
Contact a local independent insurance agency for possible insurer's for your risk.
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You no longer have insurance cover - if you happen to die then there is no payment made.
Seek an Attorney.
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No. The reason why you have car insurance is to protect you from at fault accidents.