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Old 06-04-2008, 06:45 PM
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Got home to find 8 trees down, 2 leaning over my neighbors house. Does insurance cover any of this?
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Got home to find 8 trees down, 2 leaning over my neighbors house. Does insurance cover any of this?

Trees can be leaning at a 45 degree angle right over your house but not touching it and the Ins co. won't do anything....if they fall through the entire house the next day then it's all covered.

Kinda stupid but that's how most policies are written.
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Old 06-04-2008, 10:35 PM
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Looks like the second wave has passed thru headed for Maryland. Maybe a little bit more later on tonight.

http://www.accuweather.com/radar-lar...=state&large=1
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Things arew getting better in Northern Va only 187,000 people out of POWER.
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Saw some more nasty one pass just north of us.....been lucky and missed them so far!!!!
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I live on the northern neck of Virginia (that is NOT northern Virginia) and we've had more tornado watches/warnings in the past month than we've had in the past few years put together. It's insane.
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Al Gore sez it's global warming....
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Trees can be leaning at a 45 degree angle right over your house but not touching it and the Ins co. won't do anything....if they fall through the entire house the next day then it's all covered.

Kinda stupid but that's how most policies are written.
Got lucky. The trees hit my fence so im covered.
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