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Does insurance cover a settling concrete foundation if there were multiple plumbing leaks under it in the past?

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2015-07-15 21:37:28
2015-07-15 21:37:28

This could be a complex situation. If the home has been insured with the same insurance company during all of these plumbing leak losses and now the foundation damage it would be wise to report a claim. Expert opinions on the cause of the foundation problem may be required in order to assess coverage. Sometimes insurance companies hire the expert to look into it (oftenly to support a denial, unfortunately). //

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