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If you are a homeowner, there are many types of homeowners policies, and they each have two sections:
Homeowners insurance forms can be basic, broad, or special depending on the needs of the customer.
Section 1 (Property) has four distinct coverage’s.
A=Dwelling. This is the structure in which you live.
B=Other structures. These are structures on the premises but separate from the dwelling.
C=Personal Property. This pertains to the contents inside of your dwelling.
D=Loss of Use/Indirect Consequential Loss. This applies if your property was damaged so much that it is uninhabitable, and you have to live somewhere else while your place is under repair
Section 2 (Casualty) is the liability section of your homeowners policy. It includes:
Coverage E=Personal Liability (bodily injury and property damage) This applies if another person has bodily injury or property damage due to negligence of the homeowner. The claim would be paid to the other person.
Coverage F=Medical Payments to Others This does not involve negligence. Again, this is paid to a third party.