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Can an insurance company drop coverage due to a suspended license?

Can an insurance company drop coverage due to a suspended license? Topic: Insurance company cover letter
June 16, 2019 / By Katlyn
Question: The insurance company sent me a letter stating they need a copy of my license because it has been suspended. I did not know about this, but found out it is true. They say they want a copy of my license or a letter stating my license is unsuspended by wednesday, which I'm not sure is possible. If I get it unsuspended, will this prevent coverage from being dropped? What can I do?
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Hilary Hilary | 6 days ago
In all actuality the insurance company is saving you money, in that if you are driving with a suspended license you have no insurance since the insurance only covers you if you are driving legal. In some states the agencies work together and tell each other what is going on. It sounds like the insurance is giving you a chance to straighten this out.
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Hilary Originally Answered: Can health insurance company drop you if you making COBRA payments on time?
Is her former employer going out of business and/or dropping their insurance plan? If the employer's group insurance plan no longer exists, then neither does COBRA. COBRA = continuation coverage of the (former) employer's group plan. If there is no plan, then there is nothing to continue.
Hilary Originally Answered: Can health insurance company drop you if you making COBRA payments on time?
There are really only two reasons your cobra gets cancelled, when you're making your payments on time: 1. The insurance company goes bankrupt (into receivership) or 2. The prior employer cancels the group health insurance policy. That happens when the employer goes bankrupt, or the business closes.
Hilary Originally Answered: Can health insurance company drop you if you making COBRA payments on time?
Those previous answers are right--so if they really are ending her coverage completely, you should contact the insurance directly and ask about it. Also, I'd clarify if they're actually dropping her from the plan, or just no longer covering the nursing home stay? Just a thought....again, I'd call the insurance to verify what's happening and why

Eavan Eavan
call the BMV and see what you need to do to get your license reinstated. you may have to pay fines or if in prior accident and no proof of insurance, may have to prove you were financially responsible at the time of the accident. in some cases, you did what was right, but the BMV may not have that info and suspended your license. this is important you clear; some insurance companies out there have an exclusion in their policy that states if you are driving on a suspended license and in an accident, they will deny the claim; so in effect, you paid premiums and got nothing to cover you if found at fault in an accident. so call BMV and see what is needed; also call your insurance company and ask them if proven license is reinstated, what do they need to keep coverage in force. good luck
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Eavan Originally Answered: Should my license have been suspended with only 4 points?
Learn how to drive within the law. Your opinion of wether you are safe or not does not matter. The tickets and other incidents under the law show differently.
Eavan Originally Answered: Should my license have been suspended with only 4 points?
So you started gettting speeding tickets at 16, and been in an accident already. And of course you got tagged at ONLY 5 mi over the limit. and the accident wasn't your fault..... You sound like you need a wake up call; hopefully this is it. (for the record, I have pretty much the same driving record as you; but I've been driving since 1972)

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