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    #1

    drop coverage

    Here is a sentence from an ad about insurance:

    We will never drop your pet's coverage, no matter how many claims you make.

    Can anyone paraphrase it in a simper way? Does it mean " we will not say no to your coverage for your pet, whatever sum of money you want"?

    Thanks!

    Jason

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    Re: drop coverage

    They will not cancel the insurance coverage no matter how often you make claims.

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    Re: drop coverage

    That does not mean there is no maximum amount they will pay, whether per incident or per year.

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