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Senate Bill 330 - Requiring Automobile Liability Insurers Provide Ten (10) Days' Notice of Intent to Cancel

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Senate Bill 330 was originally introduced to amend W.Va. Code § 33-6A-1 to allow an insurer to cancel an automobile policy for non-payment of premiums upon seven (7) days' notice to the insured instead of thirty (30) days as the statute currently provides. The Bill has since been amended, however, and now would require an insurer to provide ten (10) days' notice of intent to cancel due to nonpayment of premium. Senate Bill 330 is presently pending before the House Banking and Insurance Committee.

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