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I have paid my insurance premiums but now the insurance company does not want to honor my policy. What should I do?

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The insurance industry is in the business of collecting premiums and not paying them out. It is indeed a business. What they will do is often try to find a way not or a reason not to pay a claim. If the insurance company has determined that at the time you applied for the insurance you did not fully disclose to them those persons who were living in your household who were able to drive or of driving age, they will try to deny your claim. If they also find out that someone has been living with you who you loaned your car to for some period of time, then that would be another reason why they’d try to deny the claim and deny the policy.

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