Special State Disclosures
Regulation of service plans may vary widely from state to state. Any provision within this Plan which conflicts with the laws of the state where you live shall automatically be considered to be modified in conformity with applicable state laws and regulations as set forth below. The following state specific requirements apply if your Plan was purchased in one of the following states and supersede any other provision within your Plan terms and conditions to the contrary.
(To view special state disclosures click on the link for that state below.)
The term of your Plan is automatically extended by the length of time in which the covered product is in the Administrator's custody for repair under the plan. If your plan is a replacement Plan, it is automatically extended through the time period in which the product is in transit for inspection, and until the product is replaced (or equivalent). In the event of a dispute with the Administrator, you may contact the State of Connecticut, Insurance Department: P.O. Box 816, Hartford, CT 06142-0816, Attn: Consumer Affairs. The written complaint must contain a description of the dispute, the purchase or lease price of the product, the cost of repair of the product, and a copy of the warranty contract. If Administrator fails to pay or to provide service on a claim within sixty (60) days after proof of loss has been filed, the service contract holder is entitled to submit a claim directly to Wesco Insurance Company, who insures the Administrator's obligations under this agreement, at the following address: 59 Maiden Lane, New York, NY 10038.