A client recently asked Cellai Law Offices, P.C., located in Boston MA and Braintree MA, whether an insurer can cancel a policy of insurance in a way that is not in compliance with the Massachusetts General Laws, or the policy of insurance or the Code of Massachusetts Regulations. The short answer is no, the termination of the policy of insurance must be in strict compliance with the policy of insurance, the Code of Massachusetts Regulations and the Massachusetts General Laws. Failure to strictly and fully comply with the terms of the policy of insurance and/or the Code of Massachusetts Regulations and/or the Massachusetts General Laws will generally result in the policy continuing through to the end of its term. Each cancellation turns on its own set of facts but generally, policies of insurance must be cancelled in strict compliance with the terms of the policy of insurance, the Code of Massachusetts Regulations and the Massachusetts General Laws.

If you feel your insurance policy has been cancelled without complying to the Massachusetts General Laws, the policy of insurance or the Code of Massachusetts Regulations, contact Cellai Law Offices, P.C. today.

Carlo Cellai, Esq.
617-367-2199
carlo@cellailaw.com