They will if your policy was in force during your loss.
If the driver is listed as driver under the primary insureds policy or is driver with permission from the owner of the policy Yes it's covered.The Scheduled Autos or symbol 7 is used to specify that only the autos scheduled on the policy are covered.
It has not ended and has not been scheduled to do so.
Covered DriversAll Scheduled drivers on your insurance policy will receive equal coverage to the extent of the those provided by the policy your purchased. If you purchase full coverage then all the scheduled drivers are presumed to have the same protection.Happy Motoring
If it is your policy, call the insurance company. If not, you will have to have authority over the estate or person to get information on this due to the privacy laws.
You no longer have insurance cover - if you happen to die then there is no payment made.
Yes, So long as the policy was not already canceled at the time of the loss.
No, if the policy was already cancelled, that's when the coverage stopped, so anything that happened after the cancel date is not covered.
Generally, an auto insurance policy does not automatically cancel upon the policyholders death.The policy will typically continue to provide coverage to the executors of the policyholder's estate until the end of the policy term.
An insurance premium is the amount that the buyer pays the company monthly or annually which keeps the policy in effect. If a person paid a 780 dollar annual premium which was canceled after 5 months, they would be owed a 455 dollar refund.
Premium = insured value / $100 * Rate