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What storm damage does homeowners’ insurance cover?

What storm damage does homeowners’ insurance cover?News from KCRA Sacramento: Insurance experts say don’t assume that homeowners’ insurance policies will automatically cover any and all storm damage. While most of the damage from wind and falling trees is covered, flooding is another matter. Experts say it is important to understand what exclusions are on the [...]

FACT FINDER: What you should know about storm damage and home insurance

FACT FINDER: What you should know about storm damage and home insuranceNews from WSBT-TV: SOUTH BEND – The few days after a big storm can be stressful and confusing, especially for new homeowners who have never experienced storm damage to their house. WSBT’s Fact Finder team breaks down the basics of homeowners insurance. The Oglesbees [...]

Facing the storm of home insurance costs

Facing the storm of home insurance costsNews from Irish Independent: /> Insurance companies face big payouts over storm damage 19 January 2014 The cost of the recent storm damage could run into hundreds of millions of euro. It stands to reason that if the volume of home insurance claims goes up as a result, so [...]

Staten Island couple’s barb, directed at Allstate, takes Facebook by storm

Staten Island couple’s barb, directed at Allstate, takes Facebook by stormNews from SILive.com: STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — A Facebook photograph of a Tottenville couple “thanking” Allstate for providing a mere pittance in payment for their Sandy-wrecked home has gone viral, amassing more than 32,000 “shares” as of Friday afternoon. The image shows Maria Cardinale and [...]

How a Homeowner Insurance Policy Works After a Big Storm

How a Homeowner Insurance Policy Works After a Big StormNews from Washington Informer: There are things about your homeowner’s insurance that you don’t want to learn only after a storm. Take the time to get familiar with your coverage before the next big storm. For instance, a tree falls in your yard: Are you covered? [...]

Insurance the next storm for ratepayers post-Sandy

Insurance the next storm for ratepayers post-SandyNews from The Hour: BRIDGEPORT — People looking to rebuild their lives after Superstorm Sandy destroyed and damaged their homes may now have another struggle on their hands: Navigating the often-frustrating claims process with their insurance companies. Sandy’s destructive path was much wider than last year’s Tropical Storm Irene, [...]

Insurance the next storm for ratepayers post-Sandy

Insurance the next storm for ratepayers post-SandyNews from San Francisco Chronicle: BRIDGEPORT, Conn. (AP) — People looking to rebuild their lives after Superstorm Sandy destroyed and damaged their homes may now have another struggle on their hands: Navigating the often-frustrating claims process with their insurance companies. Sandy’s destructive path was much wider than last year’s [...]

After the Storm: Your Homeowner’s Claim

After the Storm: Your Homeowner’s ClaimNews from New York Times: There is a sort of honeymoon period that occurs after a big storm like Hurricane Sandy, when insurance executives appear on the local news offering reassuring words. Their brightly painted vans pull into residential neighborhoods amid the standing water and debris. Everyone is hopeful. Handshakes and [...]

Protecting your home, finances from storm loss

Protecting your home, finances from storm lossNews from Chicago Tribune: September 13, 2012|By Kimberly Lankford, Kiplinger’s Personal Finance Check with your insurer to see if a backup generator will qualify for insurance discounts. (Joe Raedle, Getty Images) The hurricane season, which officially started June 1 and ends Nov. 30, increases the chances for expensive home [...]

Protecting your home, finances from storm loss

Protecting your home, finances from storm lossNews from Chicago Tribune: The hurricane season, which officially started June 1 and ends Nov. 30, increases the chances for expensive home damage from rain, flooding, sewer backups and fallen trees. But many of these damages aren’t automatically covered under your homeowners insurance. Here are several steps to take [...]

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