Yes ... Some insureds have full glass coverage, others may have a deductible to satisfy before the insurance pays.
is there coverage if a rock hits a home
No, this is the same as those big trucks that say that they are not responsible if you are following too close, and a rock hits your windshield. If it happens, the other person is just SOL unless they have insurance that will cover it. The short answer is no. From the perspective of an insurance company this is seen as a road hazard or "Act of God" rather than an act of negligence and is covered if you have comprehensive coverage.
You wouldn't unless you have insurance on your lawnmower.
It should, but you need to check your policy. It may be cheaper just to replace it yourself.
Rock Insurance specializes in the service field of travel insurance. This company pioneers into many areas in the service field and travel insurance field.
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There are many ways customer service is provided by Plymouth Rock Insurance. Plymouth Rock Insurance offer customer service at their centers. They also provide customer service on the phone and via email.
By definition, insurance covers fortuitous (essentially, accidental) events, not intentional ones. Therefore, if biting the rock was done purposefully, the coverage would likely not apply. However, if a small stone were, for example, embedded in food, unknown to the eater, a resulting injury would stand a better chance of being covered.
If you have triple A they will come out and repair it often times. Otherwise, check with your insurance company or with a local auto body shop to see if they will cover it for free.
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