Have a safety hazard, i.e., exposed wires, meter socket damage
Live at an address where the prior customer failed to pay his or her utility bill
and continues to reside at that address.
Fail to provide the utility access to your meter or other utility equipment.
A utility must send you a notice before your service is disconnected unless the disconnection
is due to a safety hazard or self-reconnection. The disconnection notice must clearly
state the reasons for the disconnection, when the disconnection can happen, and how
to contact your utility to try to resolve the issue. The dispute procedures must
be printed on the disconnection notice. Both you and the utility company must make
reasonable attempts to work together to resolve the problem.