The New Hampshire Insurance Department has created a lost life policy locator service to assist Granite State residents and their families in locating life policies and annuity contracts that have been purchased in the state.
“We developed this service to help those who have lost a loved one and suspect that he or she may have purchased an annuity contract or life insurance policy in the state,” said New Hampshire Insurance Commissioner Roger Sevigny.
“We know that during this difficult time, tracking down a policy is often the last thing someone wants to think about. The New Hampshire Insurance Department can help,” Sevigny said.
The New Hampshire Insurance Department said it is working with 312 licensed life insurance companies to make the search seamless for residents.
The department’s website features a request form, which New Hampshire residents may download and fill out (www.nh.gov/insurance/lah/lost-life-policy-locator.htm ). The form contains instructions on what information to include and how to return it to the department.
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