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 Does homeowner's insurance cover generator fuel?

Answer Most homeowner's insurance does not pay for fuel for your generator, unless it is specifically stated on your policy. The thought behind this is if your electricity and heat were on, you would pay ... Read More »
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Does homeowners insurance cover a homeowners fall?

You mean cover the owner who is listed on the policy? =No!
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Does homeowners insurance cover a renter?

No. That's what renters insurance is for.
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Does homeowners insurance cover dry wells?

The short answer is no - unless the well has run dry due to accidental damage of some sort.
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Does homeowners insurance cover any auto accidents?

Not for your own. It could possibly cover someone else suing you, however.
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