Do not procrastinate when it comes to protecting your home

Your home owner’s insurance will cover medical costs of injuries sustained on your property but not caused by you, your family, or your pet. The coverage is typically limited to no more than $1,000, so it really doesn’t do much to help as most medical bills will far exceed that for an injury worth claiming on insurance.

Don not, under any circumstances, allow your hazard insurance on your home to lapse. Most mortgage companies have a clause in the agreement you signed that in the event you don’t pay it, they will find a new policy for it, sparing no expense, and charge you for the premium. It will usually be at least double what you were paying before. You are better off doing whatever you need to in order to keep your policy current.

When you are filing for fire insurance, make sure your policy covers damage sustained to cars during a fire. Many people do not do this and end up having to pay for car damages after a fire. If your car does happened to get damaged, make sure to put the type and amount of damages on your claim.

Do not procrastinate when it comes to protecting your home. Since you never know what may happen in the future, it is important to assure that you will be protected financially if something happens to your house. Use the home owner’s insurance advice in this article to safeguard yourself and your family against the unexpected.

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