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 Does renters insurance protect contents against flood damage?

Answer Flood is excluded
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Can someone without renters insurance sue for contents damage?

Generally speaking, anyone can sue anyone at any time for any reason. The question is are you entitled to compensation if your contents are damaged in your apartment. The answer to that question is... Read More »
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IF my upstairs condo is untouched by a flood but the building's ground floor is damaged so badly that the entire building is unlivable would my flood insurance protect me?

Let's first review what a condo is. A condominium is an arrangement in which you own your own living space outright (your condo apartment), and you share joint ownership (with all the other condo o... Read More »
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If you share an apt. with your girlfriend and your renters insurance is just in your name is this a bad thing even if most of the contents are yours?

Answer Each policy and each state is different. Sometimes living with someone constitutes common-law marriage. Most of the time, your policy will only cover your possessions, BUT the liability po... Read More »
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How soon can I claim accidental damage on contents insurance?

Yes, they will probably be suspicious. But if you have reasonable proof of when the accident happened they shouldn't be able to refuse to pay out.
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