When it comes to your auto insurance policy, accuracy is king – no matter what anyone tells you. But if you’ve discovered a small error in your policy and your agent told you “not to worry about it,” the case of Maurer v Freemont is a perfect example of why you definitely should worry about it. Moreover, it’s a case of potential, unintentional car insurance fraud.
When you sit down with your auto insurance agent to apply for insurance, you’ll be asked a series of questions. These questions are used to calculate a monthly premium quote. Minor tweaks here and there, ...Continue Reading →