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If you are insured in one state but moved to another state can your insurance deny coverage for not disclosing you were moving?


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2015-07-15 19:15:31
2015-07-15 19:15:31

Did you register your car in the new state, buy a house or sign a year's lease, get home-owners/renters insurance, have your mail permanantly forwarded, etc.? If you packed up, moved and no longer maintain a residence in the old state, absolutely yes. If you kept your old house and intend to return, maybe, but three months is a long vacation.

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