ACC Insurance Co.
What insurance company uses policy numbers starting iwth MIL
It's American Commerce.
It could be from any of a number of insurance companies. There is no regulation or laws pertaining to the way that policy numbers are determined.
Policy numbers are not standardized in any way. This means that it is up to each insurance company what they choose to use for policy numbers. Many companies use PA at the beginning of auto policies for Personal Auto and HO on homeowners policies. Some use numbers only. You cannot tell what company issued a policy by the prefix or suffix of a policy number.
You cannot tell which company issued a policy based on numbers or letters. Policy numbers are not standardized by any regulation and are determined by companies on their own.
BAP is an industry wide abbreviation. BAP = "Business Auto Policy"
Usually not. While some insurance companies use certain policy numbers to tell someone within the company what type of policy it is, you usually cannot tell what company it is based only on the policy number. For instance, a large number of insurance companies use "PA" as the starting of a policy number sequence for auto insurance. The reason for PA is that it tells company people this is a "Personal Auto" policy. But with many companies using the same prefix it would not tell you which company it is because the rest of the policy number is just a combination of numbers and letters to show different individual policies.
You can call the insurance company and provide your policy number, and they can provide any details on your policy, or send a duplicate policy if the original was lost.
Yes, your agent or the insurance company can provide with a copy of your insurance policy.