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PROPERTY & CASUALTY FAQ’s

If a contractor or one of his employees gets hurt while working on my property; can they sue me? If they have workers compensation that would take care of them. If they do not have workers compensation; you could end up in a law suit (if you were liable for why they got hurt). Always ask for a ‘certificate of insurance’ for liability and workers compensation before they work on your house. If you don’t get a certificate you can do your own research on the below website:

https://www.ewccv.com/cvs/?ref=https%3A%2F%2Fwww.google.com

If a neighbor’s tree falls on my car or house due to a storm, does my neighbor’s homeowners fix my car or house? No, it does not. The tree falling over is due to an act of God, not your neighbor’s neglect or them trying to take the tree down themselves and it falling the wrong way. Your comprehensive coverage on your auto policy would cover your auto and your homeowner’s policy would cover your home. Before you think this isn’t fair if your tree fell over in the storm and hit their house or car, it wouldn’t be your fault and you or your insurance wouldn’t be responsible.

If I loan my car to someone, does their insurance pay if they are in an accident? Your insurance pays first and your collision coverage is what covers your car (if you have collision coverage). Their insurance would pick up additional liability if they have higher liability limits than you.