Does home insurance cover an accidental fire?

Answered by

Ronald Johnson
Ronald JohnsonLicensed Agent

Posted on Jan 31, 2023

1. Home insurance typically covers accidental fires, although the specific terms of the policy may vary.

2. It's important to read through your policy carefully to understand what is and is not covered in the event of a fire.

3. In most cases, accidental fires will be covered by home insurance, but there may be some exceptions.

4. Make sure you are familiar with your home insurance policy and what it covers in the event of a fire.

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