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Question DetailsAsked on 6/4/2015

A contractor was doing work on our home and damaged badly. Should their insurance cover all expenses?

I hired a contractor to do work on our home. They had a fire and burnt our siding. Their insurance says i will have to pay some money to have my home fixed properly. Is this true or should the contractor insurance cover all expenses?

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The insurance, including deductible (which HE should pay, not you) should "make you whole" - pay for what is needed to rebuild to the same standard of construction as you originally had. Sometimes a question arises where the current building code requires a higher standard of construction - which may or may not apply in your case depending in most cases on whether the materials you had no longer meet code, or on whether the reconstruction exceeds 1/2 of the value of the structure.



Did they say WHAT you had to pay for yourself and why - you can respond back using the Answer This Question link right below your question.

Answered 4 years ago by LCD




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