Definition of "Removal"

Beverly Benson
  Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Florida Properties Group - Port Richey

Insured peril in some property insurance policies that encompasses any accidental damage to insured property while being removed to safety from the immediate threat of damage by another peril covered by that policy. For example, if an insured removes a chair from a burning home, puts it on the lawn, and then rain damages the chair, the loss insured would be covered by fire insurance on the furnishings of the home.

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