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What to do if you're denied a homeowners insurance claim for hail damage?

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2010-01-26 22:06:36
2010-01-26 22:06:36

Purchase Extended Coverage that includes Wind and Hail losses with your Homeowners Insurance Policy. This way future losses will be covered.

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Slashed tires coverageYou will need to file the claim under your Auto Insurance policy. Your homeowners insurance does not pay for car damage. That's what auto insurance is for.


It would be an auto claim for the damage to the other and a homeowners claim for the damage to your property. You cannot be liable to yourself, so you cannot claim the property damage on your auto policy.


Carpet DamageYes, if it was damaged due to a covered peril under your policy it will be covered.


File a claim on your comprehensive auto insurance if you have it. Your homeowners insurance will not cover damage to your vehicle.


You should first discuss the matter with your Agent. He can help explain why the claim was denied and may be able to get the claim reconsidered if he can find a point of coverage for you.


Yes, homeowners insurance will cover garage door damage. You may want to look at your policy to find out what your deductible is. If the deductible is more than the cost of the repair to the door, it would not be beneficial to file a claim.


If the damage happened on the property, maybe. You'll wish to check your policy for coverage, and consult with your insurance agent for specific details.


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If you have homeowners insurance, call the claims number on your policy. Explain the situation, have your policy number in hand, and if you have any receipts of damage or proof of damage keep it.


Homeowners insurance specifically excludes damage done to any four wheel motorized vehicles and motorcycles. Your only coverage for such is under an auto insurance policy and you will need to have comprehensive coverage for such a claim.


You can sue anybody you want. First, you need to make a claim. If they deny it, then that is the time to sue. But based on your question, the claim will be denied as there is no coverage for your injuries under the policy.


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It depends on whether or not the car carried comprehensive insurance. If it did the auto owner's insurance would cover the tree damage, regardless of the cause. If the car did not have comp. coverage, then the car owner may be able to make a liability claim against the tree owner's homeowners insurance coverage. If the homeowner's insurance denies the claim, the car owner can still seek a civil award against the homeowner's personal assets.


Depends, what did the bee's do? Some policys exclude certain acts by animals, turn the claim it, and see.


You need to turn this claim in, it all depends on your policy form, the perils, exclusions etc.


It is either a claim for a fire or it is any type of homeowners claims since homeowners policies used to be called fire policies.


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


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It depends on why they didn't pay the claim. If you have the coverage and followed the requirements, like making a police report, cooperating with the insurance company as well as the police then you should have no problem with a claim, if it was in fact a theft. Otherwise you can always sue the company or file a complaint with your state department of insurance if you feel you were denied coverage you paid for.


depends on cause of damage? would be subject to deductible. unless really expensive laptop (current day cost) wouldn't recommend putting in a claim


A claim would need to be filed on whatever policy the home is insured under at the time of the loss.


To make a claim with your homeowners insurance policy, you will need to contact your agent for details on how to proceed from there. In searching the Wallside Windows webpage, I did not see any indication that they accept homeowners insurance as payment.


Will Homeowners Insurance cover an Auto Accident?No, Homeowners Insurance Policies do not provide coverage for Auto Accidents.____________________________________________________________________Other AnswersNo. If he wasn't insured on the car, then there is no way to claim any of his insurance on it. He will simply have to pay himself.


File the claim on your auto insurance. Homeowners insurance does not cover automobiles.



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