Insurance companies can only cancel a policy that’s been active for more than two months if the premium was not paid or the policyholder committed fraud or misrepresented information on their insurance documents, Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association (RMIIA) says. (Shutterstock) Insurance companies can only cancel a policy that’s been active for more than two months if the premium was not paid or the policyholder committed fraud or misrepresented information on their insurance documents, Rocky Mountain Insurance Information Association (RMIIA) says. (Shutterstock)

Iowa property owners experienced a range of severe weather during summer 2022, which lead to an uptick in wind and hail damage.

But one of the state’s insurance regulators recently warned Iowa residents against filing too many homeowner’s claims in response to that damage in order to avoid having their policies cancelled or receiving a non-renewal notice.

Elana Ashanti Jefferson

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