The insurance industry loves its jargon. To minimize confusion and prevent potential gaps in your insurance, here are some common terms explained.
Top 5 things that Define Home Insurance
Home Insurance is designed to protect your home against damages to the Structure itself, or to possessions in the home. Home insurance also provides liability coverage against accidents in the home or on the property.
Home insurance provides coverage for damage to your home and separate structures, such as a detached garage, typically caused by wind, fire, and vandalism (subject to limitations and exclusions). Extended Replacement Cost coverage is available.
Your personal property is covered anywhere in the world. Coverage is comprehensive, including many types of damages and broad causes of loss(subject to exclusions). Contents Replacement Cost is included and pays for the cost of repair or replacement without deduction for depreciation
Pays medical costs for people injured at your residence (other than residents of your household), regardless of who’s liable.
Additional Living Expenses
Covers additional living expenses up to 24 months (depending on the policy type) if a covered loss makes your home unfit to live in.
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Provides extra coverage for specific items like art, jewelry, collectibles, and more stuff that has a little more value and falls outside the limits of your home policy.
Provides assistance in the resolution and coverage for losses due to identity theft, credit and public-records monitoring and identity or travel documents replacement
Supplements the liability coverage you already have on your auto and home policies, providing an extra layer of coverage when you need it most. (Your home policy must have certain limits in order for your to qualify.)
Earthquakes are not covered under your home policy. Earthquake insurance can provide reimbursements for damage to your home resulting from an earthquake, but must be purchased separately.
Flood is another natural disaster that is not covered under your home policy. Coverage for flood is available from the National Flood Insurance Program.
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