How do I know who my home insurance is with?

A little embarrassing, but I TOTALLY forgot who my insurance provider is. I set up monthly billing and now am not even sure who to contact. Help! How do I know who my home insurance is with?

Nick Kunze · Answered on Mar 04, 2022
Reviewed by Shannon Martin, Licensed Insurance Agent.
Oops! Thankfully, this is a very easily solved problem.
The first option is to check your bank statements. You will likely have paid your insurer.
Another option is to check your phone records, online search history, or your email. You likely spoke with an agent or used the insurer’s website to start your policy. Most insurers now send documents electronically as well.
If you think you may have a physical copy of your policy, see if it is anywhere around the house.
Once you discover who your homeowners insurance provider is, you might want to consider replacing them. If you don’t even know who you’re covered by, it’s not much of a stretch to guess you didn’t go comparison shopping and are paying more than you need to.
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