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Should a 4-year-old who is fascinated with fire and has set a house fire that caused damage be psychologically evaluated?
Get in touch with your local fire department and see if they have a juvenile firesetter program or if they can refer you to one. I was a firesetter interviewer as a fire fighter, and found that most of these children lack a stable family environment. they seek attention and act out without really understanding the consequences. many times it is the absence of a father or other situation that causes stress for the child and they feel they have no control in their lives. A sudden move away from friends, for example. Sure fire curiosity is normal, and it was hopefully an accident and not intentional. However, children playing with fire are the cause of over 50 % of the fire deaths in America -so be careful with this one and please have him evaluated.
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What is it called when intentionally setting fire to cause damage or destroy evidence of another crime?
Several offenses: Arson - Destruction of Evidence - Destruction of Private Property.
No, you cannot. This crime is called "Arson".
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Most house fires are cause by unattended stoves.
If you have fire in your house that damages your furniture what type of insurance should you have to replaceyour damaged furniture?
Most homeowners insurance or renters insurance covers personal property. If you own your home and have insurance, your probably have homeowners insurance like an HO3, HO4, or …HO5 policy. These types of policies almost always cover contents. Some people have a SF policy, or standard fire. That covers just the house, nothing inside. Pretty basic policy. Those policies are usually used for rental places, business, non-lived in houses. Its a cheap cheap policy. You policy may or may not have Replacement Cost Value. Most policies do. If you have an ACV policy, you probably had to ask specifically for it. To answer your question short and sweet, you need Schedule C Contents coverage.
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Small fires will cause fire damage. However, it just depends on where the fire is at in the house. If it's in the living room, furniture can get damaged with fire places.
When you intentionally set a fire to cause damage it is called arson.
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A "fire tornado" or more properly a firewhirl can spread a fire to new locations, burning trees and structures it impacts. The winds in a firewhirl can also cause severe damag…e, toppling trees and damaging roofs. One firewhirl was reported to have been as strong as an F3 tornado, which is capable of tearing apart a well built home.