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Property insurance

                   
  This tornado damage to an Illinois home would be considered an "Act of God" for insurance purposes

Property insurance provides protection against most risks to property, such as fire, theft and some weather damage. This includes specialized forms of insurance such as fire insurance, flood insurance, earthquake insurance, home insurance or boiler insurance. Property is insured in two main ways—open perils and named perils. Open perils cover all the causes of loss not specifically excluded in the policy. Common exclusions on open peril policies include damage resulting from earthquakes, floods, nuclear incidents, acts of terrorism and war. Named perils require the actual cause of loss to be listed in the policy for insurance to be provided. The more common named perils include such damage-causing events as fire, lightning, explosion and theft.

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  Types of Coverage

There are three types of insurance coverage. Replacement cost coverage pays the cost of replacing your property regardless of depreciation or appreciation. Premiums for this type of coverage are based on replacement cost values, and not based on actual cash value.[1] Actual cash value coverage provides for replacement cost minus depreciation. Extended replacement cost will pay over the coverage limit if the costs for construction have increased. This generally will not exceed 25% of the limit. When you obtain an insurance policy, the coverage limit established is the maximum amount the insurance company will pay out in case of loss of property.[citation needed] This amount will need to fluctuate if homes in your neighborhood are rising; the amount needs to be in step with the actual value of your home. In case of a fire, household content replacement is tabulated as a percentage of the value of the home. In case of high value items, the insurance company may ask to specifically cover these items separate from the other household contents. One last coverage option is to have alternative living arrangements included in a policy.[citation needed] If a fire leaves your home uninhabitable, the policy can help pay for a hotel or other living arrangements.

  Property Insurance Claims

  World Trade Center case

  Attack on the World Trade Center

Following the terrorist attacks of 11 September 2001, a jury deliberated insurance payouts for the destruction of the World Trade Center. Leaseholder Larry A. Silverstein sought more than $7 billion dollars in insurance money; he argued two attacks had occurred at the WTC. Its insurers—including Chubb Corp. and Swiss Reinsurance Co.—claimed the “coordinated” attack counted as a single event. In December 2004, the federal jury decided in Silverstein’s favor.[2]

In May 2007, New York Gov. Eliot Spitzer announced more than $4.5 billion would be made available to rebuild the 16-acre (65,000 m2) WTC complex as part of a major insurance claims settlement.[3]

  Post-Hurricane Katrina property insurance claims

  New Orleans in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina

In the wake of Hurricane Katrina, several thousand homeowners filed lawsuits against their insurance companies accusing their insurers of bad faith and failing to properly and promptly adjust their claims.[4] Insurance companies changed their pricing policies after Katrina, with most policyholders in New Orleans seeing their property insurance premiums double after the storm,[5] and deductibles increase by two, or even three, fold.[6] The losses from Katrina severely impacted both the affordability and coverage amounts provided by property insurance, even in regions that were not impacted by the hurricane.[7]

  Florida Consumer Choice Act

On June 24, 2009, Fla. Gov. Charlie Crist vetoed the Consumer Choice Act (H.B. 1171). The bill would have trumped state regulation, and allowed Florida's biggest insurance companies to establish their own rates.[8] State Farm Florida expressed its disappointment with Crist's veto of the bill the company said "would have given consumers more options in their choice of a property insurer. It would have attracted more capital to the property insurance market in Florida."[9] State Farm had proposed a 47.1% property insurance rate increase for Florida policyholders. As a result of Crist's move, State Farm plans to drop coverage for more than 700,000 homeowners by 2011.[10]

Ted Corless, who has represented large insurance carriers like Nationwide, remarked on State Farm's pullout from Florida to an Orlando television news station:

"I think that homeowners are really going to have to look out for themselves," Corless said.[11]

Five days following Crist's veto of the Consumer Choice Act, Corless defended property insurance deregulation on WFLA's AM Tampa Bay, when he pointed out, "If the blue-chip insurance companies wanted to price themselves out of the market, then they'll go out of business."

“The governor says he’s protecting the consumers’ choice but, in reality, he’s making it for them,” Corless added. “In a free market, all companies would be available to property owners and if a homeowner doesn’t like the price, he or she moves on. This veto limits those options and ties the hands of the blue-chip companies.[12]

In 2006, the average Florida annual insurance premium was $1,386 for a home owner, one of the highest in the country.[13]

  Fire insurance in India

Fire insurance business in India is governed by the All India Fire Tariff [14] that lays down the terms of coverage, the premium rates and the conditions of the Fire Policy. The fire insurance policy has been renamed as Standard Fire and Special Perils Policy. The risks covered are as follows:

  • Dwellings, Offices, Shops, Hospitals (Located outside the compounds of industrial/manufacturing risks)
  • Industrial / Manufacturing Risks
  • Utilities located outside industrial/manufacturing risks
  • Machinery and Accessories
  • Storage Risks outside the compound of industrial risks
  • Tank farms / Gas holders located outside the compound of industrial risks

  Perils Covered

The following causes of Loss are covered:

  • Fire
  • Lightning
  • Explosion/Implosion
  • Aircraft damage
  • Riot, Strike
  • Terrorism
  • Storm, Flood, inundation
  • Impact damage
  • Malicious damage
  • Subsidence, landslide
  • Bursting or overflowing of tanks
  • Missile Testing Operations
  • Bush fire etc.

  Exclusions

The following are excluded from insurance coverage:

  • Loss or damage caused by war, civil war and kindred perils
  • Loss or damage caused by nuclear activity
  • Loss or damage to the stocks in cold storage caused by change in temperature
  • Loss or damage due to over-running of electric and/ or electronic machines

Claims In the event of a fire loss covered under the fire insurance policy, the Insured shall immediately give notice thereof to the insurance company. Within 15 days of the occurrence of such loss the Insured should submit a claim in writing giving the details of damages and their estimated values. Details of other insurances on the same property should also be declared.

  See also

  References

  1. ^ Adjusting Today The Replacement Cost Claim
  2. ^ Levine, Greg. "Silverstein: WTC Leaseholder May Collect Up To $4.6B" Forbes 6 Dec. 2004 http://www.forbes.com/2004/12/06/1206autofacescan06.html
  3. ^ Bagli, Charles. "Insurers agree to pay billions at Ground Zero." New York Times 24 May 2007 http://www.nytimes.com/2007/05/24/nyregion/24insure.html?ei=5124&en=2e2ed8e5e6afab5f&ex=1337745600&partner=permalink&exprod=permalink&pagewanted=print
  4. ^ Fox News 11 July 2006 First Hurricane Katrina Homeowner's Insurance Lawsuit Begins
  5. ^ CNN Money 28 August 2008 Katrina survivors mired in taxes and red tape
  6. ^ Disaster Recovery Today A Second Disaster Strikes: Will FEMA Pay Again?
  7. ^ Fox News 11 June 2006 Insurance Disputes Delaying Gulf Coast Rebuilding
  8. ^ St. Petersburg Times "Crist rejects bill that aimed to lure property insurers to Florida"http://www.tampabay.com/news/politics/gubernatorial/article1013056.ece
  9. ^ State Farm - Florida
  10. ^ South Florida Business Journal "Appeals court upholds State Farm rate hike rejection" http://southflorida.bizjournals.com/southflorida/stories/2009/07/20/daily34.html
  11. ^ WESH-TV"Cancellation clock ticks for State Farm customers"http://www.wesh.com/money/19052632/detail.html
  12. ^ WFLA "AM Tampa Bay" 29 June 2009
  13. ^ By Insure.com (2009-03-12). "How do your home insurance rates compare with others?". Insure.com. http://www.insure.com/articles/homeinsurance/average-home-premiums.html. Retrieved 2011-10-07. 
  14. ^ All India Fire Tariff http://www.tac.org.in

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