Per­ils Cov­ered

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Al­lied (spe­cial) per­ils cov­ered un­der a fire pol­icy: In­sur­ance against fire is linked to per­ils as­so­ci­ated with it – for ex­am­ple, a fire dam­ag­ing fixed glass, break­down of do­mes­tic ap­pli­ances (TV, VCP/ VCR/DVD, PC, lap­top), pay­ment of pro­fes­sional fees paid for re­con­struc­tion af­ter dam­age, rent paid on re­lo­ca­tion due to dam­aged house, loss of doc­u­ments (pass­port, driv­ing li­cense). It also in­cludes dam­ages caused by light­ning, ex­plo­sion/im­plo­sion, air­craft dam­age, riot, strike, ter­ror­ism, storm, cy­clone, ty­phoon, tem­pest, hur­ri­cane, tor­nado, flood and in­un­da­tion, land­slide in­clud­ing rock slide, burst­ing and/or over­flow­ing of wa­ter tanks, ap­pa­ra­tus and pipes, mis­sile-testing op­er­a­tions, leak­age from au­to­matic sprin­kler in­stal­la­tions, bush fire and earth­quake (fire and shock). So, if you take a house­hold pol­icy with fire cover, you are au­to­mat­i­cally cov­ered for all th­ese per­ils.

Benefits cov­ered in a bur­glary pol­icy:

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