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We were visiting my mother-in-law and my wife tripped over my dog and broke her elbow will my own homeowners insurance help pay the medical bills?

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2009-07-10 16:41:59
2009-07-10 16:41:59

You have an insurance policy which explicitly spells out what is insured and what kinds of claims you can make, so you might want to read your policy, but I can tell you that the purpose of homeowner's insurance is to protect you from financial loss resulting from damage to, or theft of the property in your home; it is not medical insurance and does not pay medical bills of whatever sort.

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