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Answer Depends on your terms and conditions. Usaully you have be very deligent to get your money. If you rent your landlords insurance under PA state law should c…over damages unless its willful destruction.
check the covered perils on your insurance policy. Most policies won't cover it
No. That's what renters insurance is for.
Sewage back up is a rider that you must purchase. But if you are a tenant, it would be your landlord's responsibility to purchase the coverage. Check with him.
It matters on your policy but if it does your insurance will go up.
It depends on what type of coverage you are looking for. If your dog chews up your own property, probably not. You need to be proactive and either teach your dog not to chew u…p your stuff or isolate it so it can't chew up your stuff. However, if your dog chews up someone else's stuff, it probably will cover it. In Wisconsin, there are two types of coverages available that might provide coverage: damage to property of others, which applies regardless of whether or not you are liable for the damage (although in this case, you would be), and personal liability coverage which only applies in instances where the damage is your fault. Usually the damage to property of others coverage is limited to about $500. The personal liability coverage is usually a minimum of $100,000, but is often much higher.
Renters insurance generally does cover flying/falling objects. I do believe that a bullet would fall into that category. Please remember that you may have a deductible to face….
No. Hail damage to a car is covered by the comprehensive (sometimes called "other than collision" or "comp") portion of your auto insurrance policy.
If you're the renter, no. If you mean you're the property owner, if the renter was negligent and that negligence caused the your injuries, probably yes.
Renters insurance is similar to condo insurance. It typically covers the personal contents inside but there is the option to obtain dwelling coverage to protect the structure …of the items that are secured to the inner walls of the rented space. This is good for protecting kitchen and bathrooms when renting a single family home or extra large apartment. I hope this helps clarify the question.
Of course not. Auto insurance has to cover your car and home insurance covers your home. Damage to you car is always covered under an auto policy. It is specifically excluded …under your homeowner's rental policy.
No. "Renters Insurance" is property coverge for a tenant. It will cover the property of the named insured Tenant or Renter that is located within the rented dwelling. It will …not cover property of someone who is not a named insured on the policy.
Homeowners insurance No. But a landlords Dwelling Policy yes.
Yes, Homeowners insurance provides coverage for sudden accidental losses as defined under the policy schedule of covered perils.
Typically, renters insurance covers the contents of the rental unit when in the rental unit. Whether it covers it during the course of a move depends on the terms of the insur…ance policy. However, it is common that a moving company will offer property insurance to the customer for an additional fee (the equivalent of a premium).
Firstly, the home doesn't belong to you so it would not cover to fix your landlords property. Also, the reason is a maintenance issue and not a covered cause anyway.
No, your tenants policy will only cover your contents. Unless you are negligent in the garage door being damaged, like you drove into it. Then yes it would be covered under yo…ur liability coverage but the homeowner would still need to go through his insurance company and subrogate against yours, most insurance companies do not work directly with the third party and rather deal with another insurance company. More specifics regarding the damage and how it happened would be required to assess as well as your policy wording, I suggest calling your insurance company and discussing it with there claims office, most insurance companies will have some sort of claims guarantee where they will consult you on the claim before making it affect you.