The USPS now has a feature called informed delivery.
Prove you NEVER got the bill?
I’m not an attorney and I can’t find a citation, but if you have this feature in the future it looks like it would be excellent evidence to backup an assertion that the Insurance company never sent a bill or late notice.
Visit the USPS site for more information. https://informeddelivery.usps.com/box/pages/intro/start.action
View the envelope of all your snail mail before it arrives – save emails to prove a letter was never sent to you?
How to prove you never got a bill?
There is no evidentiary proof of a negative act (i.e. failing to receive a document).
The “mailbox rule” provides that depositing a properly addressed letter with prepaid postage with the post office raises a presumption that the letter reached its destination by due course of mail. However, seemingly insurmountable “rebuttable” presumptions like the mailbox rule can in fact be rebutted with the right combination of law, luck, and attention to detail. PAA * WNYLC.com *
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