Is there any way to find out if my deceased father ever had USAA insurance coverage?

UPDATED: Dec 7, 2016

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Asked December 7, 2016

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If your father was a veteran or was a member of USAA by default of having a parent being a member, there are several ways in which you can determine if he had insurance. One of the easiest ways to determine this is to look through paperwork that USAA had sent your father to determine what insurance policies he may have had. However, if this is not an option, consider looking through bank records. Cancelled checks to USAA could be for paid insurance policies, which will be all the prove needed to determine that at some point there was insurance coverage.

If you oversee your father’s affairs after his death, you can contact USAA and see how they can help you find the information that you are seeking. To talk to you, they may need various pieces of information such as who you are and the death certificate of your father to allow you access to his accounts. This process can take a few weeks to complete, which is why many people look for the paperwork on their own before resorting to this course of action.

Answered December 8, 2016 by kdw

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