Once you enter your Connecticut home insurance policy “term period”, it cannot be simply cancelled or not renewed. In most cases, an insurance company must provide coverage for the entire term period regardless of the risk unless a notice is pushed out to a client within a specfied amount of time in every state it may vary.
However, if the policy-holder fails to pay his premiums or files a false claim, the insurer can legally cancel a policy during the term period. Also, a felony conviction will usually warrant cancellation, or if unsafe conditions exist at the property or it is altered or made uninsurable.
In most cases, once the policy term period ends, the policy-holder will continue to enjoy uninterrupted coverage. If an insurance company does decide to cancel or not renew a policy, they can do so for any legal reason so long as they provide adequate notice.