Renewal of an insurance policy is almost automatic as long as you pay the premium before the policy expires. The renewal of an insurance policy doesn't have a grace period like a normal payment does so your coverage ceases on the expiration date and the company is not required to send you a cancellation notice. They will send you the renewal and anything beyond that is up to the company. If you make a habit of paying late they will just not reinstate after the expiration date.
If the insurane policy is direct bill, most are, there is no feduciary responsiblity...only moral... It is the responsibility of the underwriting department of the insurance company to notify you of a non-renewal for cause. The agent bears no responsibility for this. If you feel that you did not get proper notification per your state's regulations you can make a formal protest. If your non-renewal was for non-payment of a premium then your late notice would include a notice of the policy termination date.
Various issues can arise which an insurance company might want to talk about. These can include, late payment of a premium, a suggestion to increase your amount of insurance, questions about a change of beneficiary, questions about a claim, etc. Edit from asker: Turns out in this case it was basically an up-selling endeavor. They basically ask a lot of questions and then recommend increased coverage in areas.
They may send you a letter saying that your payment is late.
No, unless the lease provides for a late fee. But when you renew the lease, landlord can add this as a condition of renewal.
Is it to late to apply for a medicare supplement insurance plan
If you are late in enrolling in Medicare Part D, you may owe a a penalty. In 2013, the penalty was $31.17 and if you owe it, it will be added to your premium.
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A grace period for the payment of premiums would be set forth in the insurance policy itself, as it is a matter of contract. Since insurance contracts are regulated by the State, the Department of Insurance would normally have ensured that the terms of the policy complied with any governing statute on the subject. If there is a correlation between coverage duration and frequency of payment, it, too, would be set forth in the policy. In general, though, a monthly premium would normally correlate with a month of coverage, whereas, for example, a premium that is payable quarterly would normally correlate with three month's of coverage. Naturally, the continued existence of coverage depends upon receipt by the insurer of the specified premium when due (inclusive of the grace period). Most often, a policy is issued for a term such as six months or a year. The premium payments may be extended over the whole or some part of that term. The policy will usually be subject to cancellation if premium payments are not made as agreed.