Will homeowner's insurance pay to remove a tree that windstorm breaks and blows partially into my yard?
50/50 chance. If they ascertain it as a possible liability... they will try and get you to pay for it first, and may threaten to cancel you if you don't.
Each insurance company is different, some i know will cover any pipe underground if its located within the footprint of your home, if its outside the home they may cover if its a specific peril such as rupture, if its just old and breaks then no this you will have to pay for. More information is needed to asses your situation
Some questions I can think of..... First decide what you want, make a wish list. How much can you afford to spend on rent? Will improvements made help you get a discount on rent from the landlord? What happens if something breaks? Does the owner have homeowners insurance? (you will need your own renters insurance) If you want out of the lease, what are the conditions?
No, you bought the car most likely with a warranty that may cover this. Your insurance company will not cover failing breaks. They do not inspect the breaks when you but it why would they cover it if they fail. Call your insurance company, they will tell you. You also get a book with your insurance policy that says exactly what they cover.
How many people have health insurance? 85% of people in the US have health insurance. 97% of Massachusetts residents have health insurance. How about we help the 15% of people get insurance with tax breaks to pay for their insurance, instead of messing up 85% of the peoples current insurance coverage.
The home owner must notify the insurer of a covered loss in a timely manner as defined by your home insurance policy and must take prudent (reasonable) action to mitigate damages. Examples of mitigation efforts might be, Shut off water supply, call a plumber, remove other items from harms way. If you need to call a plumber, you should keep receipts for reimbursement purposes in the event the broken water pipe and resulting damage is…
Generally not. This is the reason why it's important to have renters insurance: if you do and a fire or disaster breaks out in your insurance company will pay for sheltering and even the cost of relocating if it will be impossible for you to move back in. Otherwise, the landlord has no responsibilities to relocate you if a fire breaks out. Most of the time when a fire breaks out and you are displaced…
Which of the following statements describes the process of anaerobic glycolysis A The body breaks down oxygen and glycogen to produce energy B The body partially breaks down glucose to?
The body manufactures ATP by breaking down glycogen or glucose. The ATP is then partially broken down to provide energy, leaving behind lactic acid. After about three minutes of activity, enough lactic acid accumulates around the muscles to cause muscle fatigue. No oxygen is involved in this anaerobic process.
If a car insurance company told me my six month premium in 400 dollars how much do i have to pay a month?
No. If you have a pre-paid phone, you have to purchase the insurance when you purchase the phone. The cash register will show your purchases with a numbered sequence that you register online or through a phone call after you buy the phone. If it is a contract phone, you can take up to 30 days to purchase insurance, but if you add insurance after your purchase date, you must prove the phone is not…
Automobile insurance, in most cases, does not cover mechanical breakdown. If your car is not worth repairing from a mechanical breakdown and you are able to replace it within a few weeks to a month I would suggest keeping your insurance policy active. This is to avoid having a lapse in insurance coverage which could result in higher insurance premiums when you get another car. Answer Your car breaking down, and your car being totalled…
If someone falls in your home and breaks a bone should you contact your insurance company to tell them about the event?
Why is it important to get a gadget insurance after buying an expensive gadget such as a phone or a camera?
In a collision you could be thrown forward and get "crowned" by the windshield. I saw many "crownings" as a kid! The head breaks through the glass then the body rebounds and the safety glass clamps around the head, it gets very bloody and some people even get partially "scalped". You are stuck until someone breaks away the rest of the windshield!