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 Can your insurance company raise your premium after you report a loss?

Answer Answer Insurance companies are not allowed to raise your premium if you onoy reported ONE loss but keep in mind that they can always use other reasons such as an across the board premium increase.
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Can an auto insurance company cancel your policy after reviewing your credit report?

Answer They usually can't cancel a policy due to credit. The rates can go WAY up though!
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How soon after an auto accident do you have to report it to your insurance company?

IMMEDIATELY, your policy will say, ''you must promptly report all accidents''
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Do your answers to seemingly simple questions on policy renewal questionnaires allow your insurance company to raise your rates even though your record is spotless?

Answer They can. Your rates are based on several factors besides a "spotless" record, things like change of address, new members of your household, availability of your vehicle to other drivers (s... Read More »
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If your car is stolen at the mall can your insurance company raise your rates?

Yes, All losses incurred are used to properly evaluate your risk. If you frequent places where vehicles are stolen or even if you live in an area with high accident or vehicle theft rates then this... Read More »
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