Is your insurance information accurate?
I thought mine was until recently. I had to change companies for my homeowner's insurance, and before signing the application I read it over. It said that my house was built in 1950, is 1100 sq.ft., and sits on less than five acres. It has no fireplaces, no fire extinguishers, no pets, and I smoke. None of that information is true.
I thought they'd accidentally switched my file with someone else's, and they were writing about another house. But no, the insurance agent told me she'd gotten the information from my previous policy, and maybe in the process someone made "a typo or two." I guess so! My house was built in 1860. It's 1900 sq.ft. and sits on 31 acres. It has a big fireplace, a bunch of extinguishers, a bigger bunch of pets, and I don't smoke. I'm wondering how long the erroneous information existed in my file, and what would have happened if I'd had a claim...
Just thought you might want to check yours.