Insurance.com shows how various insurance policies can help with costs from Halloween mishaps
Foster City, CA – November 2, 2020 – As if this year hasn’t been scary enough, some home and auto owners may be coping with damage resulting from Halloween pranks. Insurance.com highlights five common types of mischief that can result in costly damage after the holiday, and explains which insurance coverage might be tapped to offset costs:
- Car vandalism (comprehensive auto insurance)
- Tree damage due to TP tomfoolery (homeowners insurance)
- Dog bites (homeowners insurance)
- Burglary (homeowners insurance)
- Tombstone theft (homeowners insurance)
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While many post-holiday problems may be covered by insurance, the one-stop destination for expert advice on home, health, life and auto insurance walks consumers through the considerations related to filing various claims.
“Home and car owners will want to carefully consider the cost of damage incurred,” explains Michelle Megna, editorial director for Insurance.com. “Depending upon the deductible involved and the repair cost estimate, it may or may not be worth filing a claim with the risk of losing certain insurance discounts.”
Megna is available to answer questions about how and when to file an insurance claim.
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