There are companies that write vacany and renovation or "course of construction policies. If your previous carrier is footing the bill for the repairs, they should continue on the policy until the home is completed. If not as them for a builder's risk endorsement or separate policy. Either way they should direct you.
No, You'll have to seek coverage for the Car under you Auto Insurance Policy. Now if the garage door was damaged then your Homeowners policy may fix it if it is below your deductible.
No, your insurance contract specifies coverage for certain damages that result from the covered perils listed on your policy. Homeowners insurance can not provide coverage for things that are not damaged.
It depends on the situation but mostly the car insurance comprehensive coverage would cover any damage done in a non-moving accident.
it depends upon how the car was damaged
Most certainly not.
The best source of information would be your insurance agent or other Insurance Company Representative. Most Homeowners insurance policies have coverage available for storm damaged roofs.
In automobile insurance, collision coverage provides for repairing a vehicle when it is damaged due to the fault of the insured. Liability insurance provides for cost of repair of the OTHER vehicle if you damaged it.
A homeowners insurance policy includes up to 10% of coverage C (Personal Property) while off premises. A fire that occurred while on vacation would certainly be covered under this type of coverage. Another incident is a resident child while staying in a dorm at college would also have coverage for personal property while the property was stolen or damaged by fire or windstorm or such at the college dorm.
Yes, you are correct. Items in your vehicle that are damaged in an accident or fire or whatever are not covered by you auto insurance unless they are part of your vehicle. The alternative is that they are covered on your homeowners insurance. The downfall to this is that you will have a deductible on your homeowners insurance that you will have to meet first.
I have a mobile home and the furnace caught on fire and is now damaged does my homeowners insurance cover this as a replacement
No, Homeowners insurance does not cover vehicles, That's what Auto Insurance is for.. It does not matter where the vehicle was parked.If a tree falls on your car or your car is struck by lightning, hail damaged or whatever, makes no difference. When you purchase your auto Insurance you have the option to buy liability or full coverage. Any damage to your vehicle would have to be filed against your auto insurance policy.AnswerShould be. Same thing if a tree fall on it. no coverage from your home policy.
There are two types of coverage, and insurance policy and a maintenance contract. Rarely do these offer the same coverages. An insurance policy is meant to cover you when an accident happens. You would need a maintenance policy, it's similar to a television set, when breakdown occurs then coverage may kick in.
Laptops covered under homeowners Insurance PolicyIf the laptop is scheduled property on your homeowners policy it will naturally be covered. If you do not have scheduled contents coverage then there may be no coverage for it. A quick call to your insurance agent could get you the answer.AnswerIf the laptop is used for business purposes, there may be exclusions or limitations under your policy. Also, it must be damage by a "covered cause of loss" as described in your policy. If it is not used in business and was damaged by a covered cause as described in your policy, then coverage would likely be afforded as personal property, subject to your policy deductible and depreciation if you do not have "personal property replacement cost coverage."
My mom , while over at my house, dropped one of her hearing aids which fell to the floor. Our bulldog chewed it up. Does homeowners cover the damage to the aid. Your homeowners insurance (Property Hazard Insurance) is specific to the named insured's property. There is no coverage for the property of another. In addition, the cost of a hearing aid would likely be far less than the deductible of the typical home insurance policy.
It depends what kind of policy you have.
If you have additional or other structures coverage on your home insurance policy and the deck was damaged by a covered peril such as wind, hail, lightning, etc then you should have coverage for the deck subject to your deductible. If your deck is simply worn from the expected usual wear and tear then it is not covered as that would be an owners maintenance issue.
Windscreen is an optional car insurance coverage for your insurance policy. It means your damaged windscreen can be repaired without recurring costs and no effect on your no claims bonus.
This would be either your homeowners insurance or your renters insurance.
Homeowners policies specifically exclude damage to motorized vehicles with the exception of lawn mowers that are exclusively use for maintenance of the property. Also, golf carts are usually covered. Automobiles can only be covered by an auto policy that has physical damage coverage included.
Fences are covered by policies that have Other Structure coverage (most do) but they are covered on an Actual Cash Value basis, not Replacement Cost. Basically, you'll get a depreciated amount for your damaged fence.
Home Invasion and Homeowners InsuranceThat all depends. What did they steal? Is it covered under your homeowners Policy? If the stolen property is listed as covered under your homeowners Insurance then you should file a claim for the stolen property. If the door or window was kicked in or damaged then you can file a claim for cost of repairs.There is no coverage specific to a home invasion on your homeowners policy so there is no pay out for "home invasion" in and of itself.If you were injured firing the home invasion you will need to look to your medical insurance to cover the costs of related health care.