No one is "Responsible" for an act of nature.
However, So Long as you have "Windstorm Coverage' your Homeowners Insurance Policy should cover the damage to yourand may provide coverage for the trees removal.
Contact Your Insurance Agent to determine if you have the applicable coverage.
Weather doesn't matter. Your HomeOwners Insurance would be responsible for those damages.
You are responsible, but your homeowner insurance should cover damage.
You are responsible for the property during the foreclosure process up until the property is sold or auctioned.
No, Homeowners insurance does not cover damages to your automobile. Your home insurance policy is property insurance for the specified structures and real property listed on the policy. Cars are not listed as covered property on your home insurance policy, that's what auto insurance is for.
During hurricanes, property is mostly destroyed by gusts of high winds and flying debris such as branches- which the insurance companies will pay for if insured. Floods occurring during hurricanes are usually filled with mud, so flooring and carpets require replacement. So, I don't see the oil spill as adding to the property damage.
Nobody is liable for an act of nature. Each property owner would responsible for their own insurance to cover resulting damages and debris removal from their own property.
Homeowner's insurance will not cover a guest's car, or even your own car. It is also very important you talk to your agent about all other motorized vehicles, including boats and ATVs, because you may not be covered for those either.
The lifetime owner of the property has the exclusive right to pay taxes and insurance up keeping during his life. This right automatically expires with his death.
If your policy excludes acts during the commission of a felony then No.
The driver at fault is always responsible for damages incurred during an accident. The at fault insurance company is responsible for damages to your car.
Is a neighbour responsible for clearing away large parts of their tree that have fallen on our property during a storm
The moving company should have their own insurance if items were damaged during the moving process, if not I would get a lawyer!
You should have verified that the guy had his own insurance. Check with your homeowners insurance to see if they will pay--if he doesn't have his own insurance.
If the account is joint then both spouses are responsible for repayment. If the account was incurred during the marriage and is held by one spouse and the couple live in a community property state both spouse's are responsible for repayment. If the account was incurred during the marriage by only one spouse and the couple does not live in a community property state, only the spouse who is the account holder is responsible for repayment.
Unlikely. You should contact a local attorney with specific information on your concern.
Medical costs during the delivery of your child definitely vary considerably. Depending on your medical insurance provider, you may be responsible for all or some of these charges. If you have a PPO Insurance Plan, you generally are responsible for 20% of the costs.
Typically, renters insurance covers the contents of the rental unit when in the rental unit. Whether it covers it during the course of a move depends on the terms of the insurance policy. However, it is common that a moving company will offer property insurance to the customer for an additional fee (the equivalent of a premium).
trees are uprooted during a storm because above trees ther is low speed and high air pressure but when a storm come it has high speed and has low air pressure thusthings move from high pressure areas to low pressure areas.
Your dad should add you to his policy, if you crash during training, someones insurance would need to be responsible, and if you are not on a policy, no insurance company will pay the claim.
It is Florida law requires property insurance policies to include coverage for damage caused by the wind during a storm that the National Hurricane Center declares to be a hurricane.
Depends on what caused them to die. The insurance adjuster would make the final determination on this.
No, the repossession agency must return your personal property undamaged. Usually you have to go pick it up. If your property is damaged, the agency should have insurance.
No, Florida is not a community property state. Married couples who do not reside in CP states are only responsible for those debts that are jointly incurred during the marriage.
Yes, her estate is responsible for paying the bills. Who would you propose should be responsible? Your mother's estate is responsible for all debts incurred by her and her property during her life. If you haven't opened an estate, you should consult a probate attorney in your state.