10 Unbelievable Events Homeowners Insurance Covers
Homeowners insurance can be a lifesaver when unforeseen events occur, but it's amazing what else homeowners insurance coverage can do for homeowners.
Never heard of blue ice? You may want to forget you heard about it after learning what it is. Blue ice is a nicer term for the chunks of frozen toilet waste that occasionally falls from airplanes. An open perils policy typically covers things that fall from the sky. To avoid toilet problems at home, be sure you never flush these items.
Food spoiled during a power outage is typically covered in a homeowners insurance police, usually around $500. See what you can do in 30 minutes to keep your fridge running and see what you should keep around the house that doesn’t need to be refrigerated.
If headstones get damaged by someone tipping them over, homeowners insurance will pick up the cost to repair or replace if you’re the primary caretaker.
Deaths in the Home
If a murder, suicide or a death happens in the home, many homeowners insurance policies will pick up the cost of the cleanup. Check out ways to save on car insurance, too.
The dog that slobbers over a tennis ball might actually have expensive tastes. A Florida lawyer represented a client whose dog had eaten its owner’s jewelry. The insurance company wanted to purchase the dog in an attempt to retrieve the jewelry. The insurance company claimed the dog with the jewelry was salvage, like a car, and wanted to the dog. But the dog stayed put and the company paid for the lost jewelry.
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Rain on a Wedding Day
You don’t expect rain on a wedding day set in your backyard but if something quirky happens like a tornado or big storm and the event needs to be relocated, homeowners insurance could pick up the cost with moving the big day’s events.
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O.J. Simpson’s homeowner insurance covered his $2 million legal bill for his civil trial in the case of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman’s deaths. Umbrella coverage extends to defamation usually and wrongful death cases. Bill Clinton used umbrella coverage as part of the Paula Jones’ sexual harassment suit as well.
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If a thundering herd of wildebeests are stirring up a cloud of dust toward your home, fret not about the replacement of destroyed objects in your home. Homeowners insurance will typically cover damage caused by wild animals.
Riot or Civil Commotion
You’re happy that your team won the Super Bowl but maybe your some of your property didn’t make through the ensuing party that broke out up and down your street. Just hope things stay civil enough that a war doesn’t break out. Homeowners insurance doesn’t cover damage related to nuclear, biological, chemical or radiological attacks, according to the Insurance Information Institute.