I fell in my home and chipped my two front teeth does my home ins cover the repair costs?
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Insurance Question from Buffalo Grove, IL
Asked on 09/15/2016
I fell in my home and chipped my two front teeth does my home ins cover the repair costs? Email me at [email protected]
Answer given on September 26, 2016
Personal answers on this site are not available. However, the homeowner insurance policy provides medical payments coverage and bodily injury to parties other than the insured due to a fall or injury on the site or caused by you anywhere in the world.Since you are the insured under the homeowner policy, there will be no coverage for your injuries. Hopefully you have medical insurance and then you can file a claim under that policy to repair your teeth and any other injury you received.
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