No. You can change insurance companies at any time, and for any reason. Whichever insurance company that you had coverage with on the date of your crash will be the company that will be responsible for handling your claims arising out of that crash. The Florida automobile industry is extremely competitive, so a consumer should never stay with a company that is not treating them well. We encourage all of our clients and friends to compare insurance prices often, regardless if they have been involved in an accident.
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