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Buildings insurance query., Third party damage.
Neil B
post Mon, 16 Apr 2018 - 16:34
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Friend just had a main burst; a buried lead pipe beneath their house, i.e. their responsibility
not the water co.

Flow was heavy, circa 2 litres/minute. or more and flowed through footings into next door property.

At first claim call today the insurer is saying resultant damage to neighbour is not covered?
Obviously she's going to read policy but that comment from insurer surprised me.
What, for example, would happen if a tile blew off the roof and hit a car of a third party?

Thoughts welcome.


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post Fri, 20 Apr 2018 - 23:29
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luvvly jubbly.

Much appreciated cp. I'll pass it on.


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