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Posted by Robert E. Richardson on April 03, 2000 at 10:17:52:

In Reply to: AUTO THEFT-LATE PAYMENT-REJECTED CLAIM posted by NANCY on March 30, 19100 at 01:37:38:

You will need to find an attorney in your state to show that the insurance company has deviated from the strict terms of the payment agreement. In other words, if they have accepted late payments in the past, it may be estopped (stopped) from accepting a late payment in this instance. Also you might want to have the attorney you select in your state check to see if the bank is protected even though they had no notice of the late payment. In my state your bank would have no relief except as against you. Your state may be different. I would suggest you contact your state's trial lawyers association (usually in the capital) and ask them to refer you to an attorney knowlegable in insurance matters.

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