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Texas Homeowners Policies

Most homeowners policies in Texas include the following coverages:

  • Dwelling pays if your house is damaged or destroyed by a covered loss.

  • Personal property pays if the items in your house (such as furniture, clothing, and appliances) are damaged, stolen, or destroyed.

  • Other structures pays to repair or rebuild structures not attached to your house, such as detached garages, storage sheds, and fences.

  • Loss of use pays your additional living expenses (housing, food, and other essential expenses) if you have to temporarily move because of damage to your house from a covered loss. Your policy will pay either a percentage of the amount of your dwelling coverage (typically 10 to 20 percent) or for a specific period after the loss (such as 24 months).

  • Personal liability pays to defend you in court against lawsuits and provides coverage if you are found legally responsible for someone else's injury or property damage.

  • Medical payments pays the medical bills of people hurt on your property. It might also pay for some injuries that happen away from your home, such as your dog biting someone at the park. A basic homeowners policy pays $500 in medical bills, but you may buy up to $5,000 in medical payments coverage.

Albracht Harwood Insurance Inc. | All Rights Reserved.The information on this page is intended to provide a simplified description of our products and coverages.These are not statements of contract or a binding process. Please refer to the original policy for all terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions.

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