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I will try and help. By "seasons" what do you mean?
A lot of this comes down to what you put on the application, and whether or not it was true. Washington code RCW 48.30.230 (and arguably others) makes it a crime to make a false statement (affidavit) in support of an insurance claim. Your "good faith" is irrelevant. If you said "seasons" and they accepted it, you are good. If you said "years" and is false, they you may be in trouble. Are the authorities likely to be involved? Doubtful. Will the insurance company use this to dodge the claim? If they discover it and if they can.
The short answer is that they will probably review your application when this gets rolling. Be ready for it.
I hope this helps.