Depending on the amount of th playground equipment and the terms that are mention in your homeowner insurance you may have your playground covered.
It is very difficult to prove if the tenant had not informed the tenant at the time of fall. Judge will suspect that it is fraudulent insurance claim. Tenants are not covered by a homeowner insurance. However, if the homeowner has a landlord insurance, tenants are covered.
Not in the United States, Flood Insurance is purchased separately.
No. your nanny is not a named insured on your home insurance policy.
Is a dirt bike covered under homeowner personal property?
its a gray area in the policy - but property of others would be covered at your request
no... insurance is based on risk, termites are pretty much a sure thing
No, I'm afraid not. Homeowners insurance never covers a vehicle. That's what auto insurance is for
Yes, as long as it was a covered loss. 4lifeguild
No, assuming it was due to age. It will be covered if it was vandalized.
Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.Generally, the homeowner is responsible for hiring a tree removal company to remove trees that fall on their property. Some damage is covered by homeowner's insurance.
If the pool is an insured structure on your home insurance policy then it would be covered in the event of damage by a specified peril. Maintenance and repair of pool equipment and supplies would not be covered.
Call your company and find out. Were you traveling with it in the car? Then it would be covered in your car insurance? Are other items in your policy covered when you're away?
Water and coffee spilt on laptop computer is that covered
Your HVAC is covered under your homeowners insurance for the same perils as your home, such as Wind, Hail, Fire lightning etc and subject to the applicable deductibles. See your Home insurance policy for schedule of covered perils.
Damage to anything covered by the landlord's insurance, because the landlord owns the property not the renter. Such damage would be covered under homeowner's insurance, because the homeowner owns the property.
No, An auto theft or vandalism would have to be covered by the vehicle owners comprehensive auto insurance policy. that's what Auto Insurance is for.
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Settling of earth is not a covered cause of damage. For this reason, the homeowner's insurance will not cover replacement of the windows. This is a maintenance issue that is your responsibility as the homeowner. Maintenance is never covered by the homeowner's insurance. Sorry.
Yes, If the storm was a covered peril under your home insurance policy, then the resulting damages should be subject to coverage.
Anything that is owned by the homeowner would not be covered by renter's insurance. That would be the building, any appliances, the furnace, sinks, tubs, floors, walls, etc.
No, you can't sue your own homeowner's insurance for any medical condition you experience whether it is your fault or not. Homeowner's insurance is not medical insurance for the homeowner. However, if it is someone else's home you may have your emergency medical covered as most homeowner's policies have emergency medical coverage for non-residents. It is also possible to sue the homeowner for damages, i.e. a dog bite.
No, your medical payments do not apply to resident relatives, only to guests.
no - wear, tear is not covered and also defective equipment is not covered. a homeowners policy is not a home warranty
The replacement of your boiler sound as if it is a maintenance issue and not something that could be covered by your homeowner's insurance policy. The damage would have to be caused by a covered cause such as a tornado, fire, vandalism, windstorm, etc. and I can't think of a way that it was damaged by one of the covered causes. Sorry.
Leaky showers and plumbing are usually covered by a plumbers visit. Occassional maintenance is an normal and expected part of homeownership and is not a covered peril under your home hazard insurance. Homeowners insurance is Hazard isurance that provides coverage for losses from named perils such as FIre, Wind, Hail, Lightning, falling objects, vandalism, etc.
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