Editorial [comments]: Bob Walton | December 18, 2015 |
So, after you filed an insurance claim, your homeowner’s policy was non-renewed, and you couldn’t find another company to insure you for a reasonable premium. Or, perhaps, your automobile insurance premium was raised because you filed for bankruptcy. Is this possible? Yes, it is quite possible, say the writers at PRC (Privacy Rights Clearinghouse). And you may not have a clue why it’s happening.
An [actual] claim on your homeowner’s policy, or even information that [seems] to have a bearing on your conduct or credit, can make your premiums go up. Click on the link to get the whole story of the Comprehensive Loss Underwriting Exchange – the CLUE data base.