What can I do to get an adjuster to respond to me?

Question Details: I had to report a hail claim to my insurance on my home last month. We had to call a week later ourselves to see if an adjuster was coming. It took them a week to get out to us. When the adjuster came, he was 30 minutes early and I was home by myself. I did not feel comfortable with him there and asked him to wait until our scheduled 3 pm appointment so that my husband could be here and that he was on his way. The man was rude and proceeded to help himself around my house even after my request for him to wait. He spent 2 minutes on my roof and walked around my house. He told me that he would have something in 2-3 days. This was a month ago. My roof received a leak into my attic and I had to bandaid it at the time and I mentioned that to him. He gave me his card and left. I called my husband who was coming up the drive and they met with him leaving in 10 minutes. We have gotten quotes from contractors and many where amazed by how extensive the damage was. About 5 days later, still nothing from the adjuster so we called and he said it would take a week. I called again a few day later and he said that it would take another week. I called again several days after that and he said would have it in a few more days. However, he stopped answering our calls. The insurance company will not return our calls and our agent can get nowhere either. I know that my area was hit hard and there are multiple claims going on but I do not know how many claims have the insurance company I have. Here is the clincher, the day after I filed my claim, I got a letter saying that I was cancelled and my policy would not be renewing on my renewal date next week due to not having an auto policy on my account. I was never told that I needed one and I have had this policy for a while. I have documented everything but am not sure what to do. I do not have many money.

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