No, your home insurance policy will only provide coverage for property that is scheduled for coverage.
The unscheduled contents coverage portion only covers furnishings and fixtures.
In order to get jewelry insurance, you have to get the insurance before the damage happens. They have to look at the jewelry to appraise it to give you insurance. Jewelry stores offer insurance on many items.
agent has and E&O policy (errors and ommissions) file the claim under that......
There are lots of jewelry insurance that you can get to put on wedding rings that will cover any damage. You can either get a rider from your home owners insurance or your renter's insurance policy or you can get insurance for a specific piece of jewelry from any insurance company.
Sorry, the driver with no insurance can claim of your insurance. He/she has no legal right to lodge such unauthorised claim.
Selling your car with insurance claim pending, will simply null and void your insurance claim. Because your damaged car can be subjected to inspection by the Assessor of the Insurance Co. for assessment of the insurance claim any time.
Jewelry insurance works like all other types of insurance. If your jewelry is lost, stolen, or damaged, you will only have to may a smaller fee to have it replaced or repaired. A lot of people use jewelry insurance for more expensive items, such as wedding rings.
A claim is a liability on part of the insurance company. If a customer makes a claim it means that the insurance company has to pay the customer for the amount is eligible to claim and hence it is a expenditure on the balance sheets of the insurance company.
You need to contact your insurance agency immediately. You could be charged for theft. You will need to return the money.
One can file a claim with Affirmative Insurance by going on the official Affirmative Insurance website. Then one can press the button 'Submit A Claim' to file a claim.
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it may, but this is considered a highly suspicious claim, potentially fraudulent, and any theft claim on any type of policy is not only setting yourself up for nonrenewal, but also you will not likely be able to change to another insurance company for three (3) years after filing such a claim (until it comes off your record). Reserve your policy for major losses; those you could not recover from without insurance. Don't risk losing your coverage, especially if you are with a 'preferred', major insurer where you will get the lowest rates, for incidental claims. Comment: Not a great answer. People lose jewelry all the time. I personally have over 50K of my jewelry insured under my home owner's not only for if my home is robbed or burned down, but if it is lost. A claim for lost jewelry is not "highly suspicious" so the above is not such a great answer.