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Will my insurance cover damage to another car?
Comprehensive insurance covers damage to your own car as well as damage to other cars and property, regardless of whether you caused the accident or not. Third party property insurance usually only covers damage you do to another car or property.
Does insurance cover shingle damage?
Most homeowners insurance policies cover roof replacement if the damage is the result of an act of nature or sudden accidental event. Most homeowners insurance policies won’t pay to replace or repair a roof that’s gradually deteriorating due to wear-and-tear or neglect.
Does my homeowners insurance cover damage to neighbor’s property?
Homeowners insurance protects against losses and damages to your property. But although a policy protects your home—the actual structure and your personal belongings—home insurance also covers your neighbor’s property under certain circumstances.
What damage is not covered by car insurance?
Car insurance may help cover the cost of repairs if the issue is the result of a collision or another covered incident, such as theft or fire. But, repairs for routine wear and tear or mechanical breakdowns are typically not covered by an auto insurance policy.
Does homeowners insurance cover a tree that falls on your car?
If the tree that fell on your car belongs to a neighbor, in many cases, you would likely still rely on the comprehensive coverage in your auto insurance policy. But, your neighbor’s homeowners insurance policy may help cover the damage if it can be proved that the tree fell due to that person’s negligence.
Does car insurance pay for damage to neighbor’s house?
Because it is your car that destroyed their property, it would be your insurance that pays for the damage to your neighbor’s home. If the crash resulted from a medical issue, then your car insurance may still give you money to repair your car or purchase a new vehicle.
Does homeowners insurance cover car accidents?
If you want to get technical again, both could probably cover it. But you’ll probably want to make your claim through your auto insurance, since most homeowners policies don’t cover the majority of vehicles.
What happens if a tree hits your car on your property?
In all other instances when a tree on your property hits your car, comprehensive insurance covers it. If a tree on a neighbor’s property falls and damages your car, they may be responsible. You will still file a claim with your auto insurance company.