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Does homeowners insurance cover a leak in the water line in your yard and will insurance cover resulting damage to your foundation and inside walls?

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2005-10-07 02:19:29
2005-10-07 02:19:29

No. Probably not. Unlikely. What caused the leak in the water line? Old age? Ground shift? If and only if the leak was caused by a named peril do you have a chance of making a successful claim for any of the damage.

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