Depends on whose fault it is. If for some reason, the house was moved to the middle of the road in the middle of the night, then it probably wouldn't be the drivers fault that there was a house in the middle of the road. But generally, houses don't move, so I would have to say the driver of the vehicle's insurance will have to cover this case.
Insurance will cover whatever damage to your vehicle as long as you have comprehensive insurance. As long as you have a HO-3 insurance, it will cover the replacement cost to your house if you take wind or hail damage as well.
No. You homeowners insurance specifically excludes motorized vehicles. You auto insurance will cover damage you did to their home with your car. Your homeowners is not designed to cover damage you do with your vehicle under any circumstances.
Contents House insurance in the UK cover: the most of possessions, carpets, furniture, electrics, fire damage, floods and storms, natural disasters, vandalism and malicious damage and theft.
Mine doesn't but we don't have many bears in the UK. Read your insurance policy.
House insurance can cover different things depending on your policy. Common things covered include storm damage, some kinds of theft, and fire. You can also get specific flood insurance. There are many different houses out there. Because there are houses, there are companies that offer house insurance. Depending on one's house insurance plan, it can cover different things.
The other person's insurance will have to cover their OWN damage. If a tree in your yard falls onto your neighbor's house, the neighbor has to use their own insurance. So it works the same for your case. Your insurance will cover your damages and the nieghbor's insurance will cover their own ceiling.
Most home insurance policies do not cover normal and expected ground settling. However, you can check your policy or telephone your insurance agent and find out if you have coverage for ground movement.
A standard homeowners' insurance policy will cover damage to the interior or exterior of the house as well as damage or loss to personal belongings. However their exists a variety of home insurance options so what you are covered for may be more of less than stated above.
Your homeowners insurance will cover your garage door subject to your deductible since it is part of your house. Your Home insurance does not cover damage to a vehicle though. That's what Auto insurance is for. Your friend will need to contact his auto insurance to fix his vehicle.
Building and content insurance coverage can be bought individually or together as a package. Building insurance covers damage to the building such as damage to the roof, walls and floors. Contents insurance on the other hand, covers damage or loss to the personal contents that are contained in the house.
There are different types of insurance, may be the insurance cover you are opting doesn't cover your stuff when you are outside the house premises. In that case you should ask your insurance agent to provide that insurance to you.
Your insurance would be responsible for repair of the damage to your home. If your neighbors property was also damaged in the event then the neighbors insurance will cover the neighbors property damage. Nobody is liable for an act of nature.
The landlord is usually only responsible for negligent damage, not fire or disaster. You can buy renter's insurance to cover your furnishings.
If your parents bought their house they do not need renters insurance but they do need house insurance. They should insure the house for two things, one for the contents and any damage to the home, and two if there is a mortgage they should have insurance to cover that in the event that anything should happen to either of them.
If it was on your land - you are. But ask your insurer - you pay for advice not just insurance cover
AnswerIt may vary state to state but generally NO insurance will not cover the leaking pipe but it will cover the cost to get to it and repair the damage done to get to it as well as cover the damage done from the leak. You are on your own with the cost of the plumber. Best bet is to read your policy on exclusions. If it is not excluded, it's covered.
You can obtain renters insurance that would cover damage to the contents. The homeowner should already have hazard insurance, so there is not any point in your trying to purchase that.
Yes, home owners insurance will cover the cost of a fallen ceiling. The only time that they will not cover it is if it is due to neglect on your parent of not keep the roof properly maintained on your home and there are signs of damage.
I've had a similar issue - I was told to make my neighbour personally liable for any damage and subsequently they can make the claim asked the personal liability section of their house insurance. Thus their house insurance settling my claim for damages
This varies from landlord to landlord. If you are staying in full fledged apartment, the insurance will be taken care of by the apartment owner itself. otherwise if you staying in independant house, we have take care of insurance cover for strom damage, flooding.
My house was ;used by t;he renter to grow marijuana plants for 2 years. Police raided the house and the renter left but incurred a lot of water damage, holes all over the walls and ceiling and molds all over the house. Does my home insurance cover the cost of these repirs?
Regular house insurance does not cover the contents of the house and so will not cover the replacement of those items. A separate assessment is made of the contents of the house and a separate amount is charged for their insurance.