Your home insurance property coverage portion of your policy would not provide coverage for property of another. However, If you are found liable for damage to your neighbors property your liability coverage would invoke.
Most homeowners Insurance policies come as a package with some level of Liability Insurance unless you purchased stand alone property only coverage.
Mother Nature would be the "responsible" party. The homeowner is not "liable" for acts of nature. Your homeowners insurance is not responsible for a natural act that causes damage to property of another. Your neighbors car is not listed as covered property on your Homeowners policy. Your homeowners insurance would also not pay if the tree fell on your own automobile. If a tree falls on someones car they should file a loss claim with their Auto Insurance Company. If they have comprehensive coverage then it will take care of their loss.
Homeowners Maintenance ResponsibilitiesActually, If you know the tree is a Hazard, You should have it removed. This is a maintenance issue, Not an insurance issue.The best way to "lose" your homeowners insurance policy is to use it as a home and property maintenance plan.
Homeowners Insurance for Vacant Homes.Yes Homeowners Insurance is automatically null and void when a home becomes vacant. You should have a "Vacant property rider" added to your Homeowners Policy to ensure continuing coverage during a period of vacancy.
Yes it is covered. If it can be proven that the neighbor was negligent in not removing dead trees that they knew were dead or should have known. In this case the neighbors homeowners insurance would pay for removal under their liability coverage. In most cases each company would pay for the trees on their property.
There are no mandatory legal requirements for insurance for rented property. However it is advisable to review your homeowners insurance if renting out the property or part of it is covered. If it isn't covered you should get a landlord insurance policy in order to be safe.
Yes. But the electrical company's insurance co should cover it if they are at fault.
I'm not exactly sure what you are asking but I will take a shot. If you mean personal property not located on your property then yes, you have coverage of your personal property while you are traveling away from home. Up to 10% of coverage C (personal property) is covered while off premises. I hope this answered your question.
you had no insurance for 13 years? You should qualify for a state plan that will guarantee you coverage - contact a local insurance agent - and expect for the premium to be high
No. Homeowners insurance is "Property Insurance" it does not provide coverage for personal injury to the insured. You should look to your medical insurance for coverage applicable to bodily injury and your life insurance policy for compensation for loss of life.
Bankruptcy and Homeowners InsuranceYes, You should continue your homeowners Policy until such time the the property has been transferred back to the lender or to another owner.So long as the property is in your name, whether your in bankruptcy or not, you are still liable for any damages.
A homeowners insurance policy should be in the name of the owner(s) of the property as listed on the property deed. Also considered to be insured under the policy are all household residents. Children who are immediate family members and who are temporaily away at boarding school or college are still members of the household.
hazard insurance is another way to say homeowners insurance - they should be referring to the same thing