If your car is stolen and not recovered for months or longer, your auto policy likely pays for the ACV of your vehicle. However, if the thief commits a crime and your auto is confiscated for the months or longer required to try the case, your loss is excluded. Property policies have similar “government action” exclusions. Is it time for a change?
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“We don’t want a crisis and that’s what it’s coming to,” Northborough Police Chief and President of the Massachusetts Chiefs of Police Association, Mark Leahy told the Public Safety Committee late last week while promoting an auto insurance surcharge as the solution to the problem. Police Chief Leahy and the Association’s Executive Director Mark Sampson […]