Cancelling your insurance policy
A few things to consider before you cancel your policy.
We work hard to offer insurance policies and services that fit your needs, but we understand that sometimes policies need to be cancelled.
What to consider before cancelling your policy
Cancelling your insurance policy is a significant decision, so before you do so be sure to consider all the implications.
There can be significant consequences for a gap in insurance, from state fines or a suspended license, to increased liability in an accident and higher premiums on a future policy.
Just because the price tag on another premium might be lower, this doesn’t always mean you’re getting a better deal. Liberty Mutual insurance policies include benefits beyond your policy. So if you’re moving to a new insurer, make sure you’re evaluating the entire package. We can work with you to make sure you’re getting all the discounts you qualify for, and moving your insurance elsewhere may affect that.
If you’ve been a Liberty Mutual customer for at least 3 years, depending on the state1 you live in you may be eligible for a new rate on your insurance policy. We know a lot can change in a short period of time, so give us a call and our customer service experts will work with you to make sure you’re getting the discounts you deserve and the lowest rate possible.
If you're moving to a state, let Liberty Mutual help ease the transition. You may not need to switch providers. Give us a call at 800-290-8711 and our customer service experts can help you get a quote for insurance in your new home state.
How to cancel your policy
The process and possible fees for policy cancellation varies according to the insurance regulations in your state. Give us a call and our customer service experts will help you through the process.
If you need to cancel your policy for any reason, we're happy to help. Call us anytime at 800-290-8711.