My homeowners insurance was canceled when I filed a claim for water damage. They listed a claim also from 9/15/08 for the storm that hit as an aftermath of Katrina that hit Ohio.
All my neighbors had this problem our roofs were torn off from the wind. Is this a fair business practice to cancel an insurance because you use it? We did not plan for our house to flood or for our roof to come off due to wind damage.
Isn't it illegal for the insurance companies to cancel your insurance due to things out of your control? Who should I write to have this looked into as a unfair business practice?
Reason of review: Homeowners cancellations due to having claims that were acts of God, nothing I caused..
Monetary Loss: $18000.
Preferred solution: Not to be canceled..
I didn't like: Zero integrity as a company, That you are canceled for using the insurance.