In January of this year I got auto insurance from a carrier through a storefront Insurance Agency. I was given a set premium to pay every month for 6 months. On my second month I received a bill showing that my following 4 payments would increase by $50. I was told it was because a discount that I didn't qualify for had taken away. The discount was for having uninterrupted insurance for six months up until the day that I got insurance. That wasn't true and I never said that I did. I had been truthful that the last time I had insurance on my car was October of last year. I even provided my previous insurance card which showed it was from April to October. The insurance agency either purposely or mistakenly put in false information that gave me a discount I didn't truly qualify for. But I didn't give them any false information, or do anything wrong. Yet I'm paying for their mistake. I have to continue to pay my car insurance because I can't go without it, and now I can't find anything cheaper. Can I sue them for the money they're causing me to pay with a higher premium.