Any damage that an insurance company pays out for you is considered a claim, but each type of claim can affect your policy differently.
Everyone that drives knows that you can lose your insurance coverage with a company if you have too many accidents or driving violations. Insurance companies are in business to turn a profit and if they are paying out one claim after another for you, they are losing money.
But what about claims that aren’t your fault, like broken windshields?
Glass claims are generally not counted by insurance companies as claims that stack up to a policy cancellation or non-renewal. But, like all things in the insurance industry it completely depends on your insurance company. Best thing to do is to contact your agent or insurance company and ask what their policy is in regards to this.
In the state of Massachusetts, an insurance company cannot cancel your policy in the middle of a term for too many claims. If they decide to not renew your policy they have to give you 45 days notice before they stop your coverage. In the case that you feel this is an unjust non-renewal, contact your own state’s Department of Insurance or Insurance Commissioner’s office.
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