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Medical Expense Coverage

Medical payments to others that cover injuries that happen to a visitor in your home. Regardless of who is at fault. Medical payments covers smaller claims. While the limits on most homeowner’s policies range from $1,000 to $5,000. Unlike personal liability claims, medical expense payments are not based on negligence. In order for an injured person to receive payment. There needs to be proof of no negligence.

If an accident does take place in your home. You should take pictures and write down as much information as you can. It will help when you file a claim. This also helps the claims process run smoother. As well as protect you if the injured party tries to make false claims against you.

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*Please review your own policy for details on homeowners insurance. Homeowners insurance can vary by the insurance company and policy.