Yes, your agent or the insurance company can provide with a copy of your insurance policy.
Call or write your agent, or the company, as listed on your policy and insurance ID cards. They will provide an EOB (Explanation of Benefits) or summary of your policy status and limitations.
I would call an insurance agent and they can provide you with a rate and possibly a policy.
Your insurance company will likely continue coverage and appoint a new insurance agent to service your policy. It is recommended that you have the new agent review your account and give his or her best opinion.
Contact a 'multiline' insurance agent, if they cannot provide the policy you need they will be able to direct you to an agent that can.
Contact your insurance agent.
Depends on the state and your insurance policy. call your local agent.
Contact your insurance company or your agent. They can find your insurance policy number by your social.
Insurance agents can serve lots of roles, but in it's simplest form, an insurance agent is the "bridge" between a consumer and an insurance company. Agents, if they are independent agents, can help a consumer compare multiple choices and choose a plan that best suits their needs. Also, an agent can provide policy service (claims, etc.) for a consumer so that a consumer has a more personalized representative with the company.
It's very easy, you can call your insurance agent or your insurance companies service department and they should it add him/her right away.
Speak with an insurance agent. There are carriers who provide coverage outside of the U.S. Read the policy materials carefully.
You can contact the agent who sold you the policy directly and he should provide assistance in getting a refund. <a href="http://www.ltcfp.com">Long Term Care Insurance</a>
Your question is unclear as to the type of information that you want. Assuming that you do not have a copy of the policy, there exist a few options: 1. Contact the insurance agent and request a copy of the policy. Generally, the insurer sends the original policy to the insured and a copy to the agent. If the agent does not have it, he/she would know how to obtain it from the company. 2. When the policy is in hand, the agent should be able to explain the terms of coverage to you. 3. The insurance company will have a customer service department that can help you. You will need to have the policy number to get any specifics.
You can call your insurance company or agent to find out the status. Most insurance companies have a 24 hour customer service line.
Call your insurance agent
All life insurance companies have a "Policy owner change form". Your agent can provide it, or you can contact your company directly.
As an Insurance Agent, you will sell auto insurance to both new and existing customers, and will also provide our existing customers with service on their policies. You will work out of our company office and ensure consistent customer satisfaction as you meet their auto insurance needs.
You need premises liability insurance that covers your business. Disclose all facts to your insurance agent so that the policy will cover you.
Contact your insurance agent.
A 'commission' paid to an insurance agent generally comes from the company that the insurance policy is placed with, NOT from the individual who bought the policy. If the agent knowingly, placed the policy with the intent of collecting the commission, and then immediately cancelled the policy then, yes, that would be fraud, unless his working agreement with the insurance company addresses it otherwise.
You can always call your insurance agent and they can order you a new copy of the insurance policy. You might also be able to print the policy from the website.
Talk with your auto insurance agent if you don't know how to read your insurance policy.
Yes you can. As an agent, you are allowed to write your own policies.
It should. You should request a policy review with your agent. It has to be stated in the policy what is and is not covered. <><><> DO review your policy with your agent. Sewer Backup is typically EXCLUDED from most homeowner's insurance. It CAN be added to a homeowner's policy. Have you read your policy?
Call your insurance agent and ask for them to be removed from your policy.