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No it does not. Homeowners insurance covers your home, property and liability excluding your auto. Your auto comprehensive coverage will protect you for fire, theft, striking an animal and....vandalism.
Homeowners insurance policies generally protect against most types of natural damage (e.g. lightning(, problems with the construction or plumbing, and criminal damage like theft of possessions and vandalism. It generally does NOT protect against flood damage, so be wary.
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Retail and food shop insurance is available through State Farm Insurance agency, and may protect you against theft/vandalism or a lawsuit so you do not lose your personal property.
Most homes that you buy now require you to have homeowners insurance. This is to not only protect you in the event something happens to the home, but to protect the company who sold you the home. Homeowners insurance is added in with the monthly payment and covers everything from fires to floods. It is a good investment even if you are not buying a home. Homeowners insurance is available for people who already own their home and want added protection.
Collision insurance coverage will protect your vehicle in the event you hit someone or are hit by an uninsured driver. Comprehensive coverage will protect you from theft, vandalism, etc. But always read the fine print to be sure.
First the suit will not be filed against the insurance company but against you as the homeowner. Your insurance company will come in and protect you from the suit. This is covered under your liability section of the insurance policy. Your coverage includes legal fees in addition to the amount of coverage on your liability section.
Hazard insurance protects a homeowner against the costs of damage from fire, vandalism, smoke and other causes. When you take out a mortgage, the lender will require you to take out hazard insurance to protect their investment; many lenders will incorporate the insurance payment into your monthly mortgage payment.
No. When you get liability insurance, you are basically getting insurance for everyone else on the road that you may cause damage to. It does nothing to protect you from theft, vandalism ect.
The purpose of building and contents insurance is to protect homeowners from the damage done by natural disasters, such as hurricanes, to their homes.
puts their name as a payee on the claim settlement check
No. This is an intentional criminal act by a household resident. You insurance will certainly not pay for this claim. Their homeowners insurance will probably pay for the loss of the item after they call the police and press charges against the thief. Does he still have the property he stole from them? If you can't make him responsible them I would say you are personally responsible for their loss.