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Homeowner's insurance may cover fire damage to a neighbor's property in some cases. Generally, if the fire started on your property and caused damage to your neighbor’s property, then your homeowner's insurance will usually cover the damage under your personal liability coverage. However, the coverage is usually limited to the amount of insurance you have purchased and may not cover all of the costs associated with the damage. It is important to check with your insurance provider to make sure that you are adequately covered before a fire occurs.
A fire damage insurance claim lawyer can help you navigate the claims process and maximize your recovery after a fire. They can help you understand the intricacies of your policy, advise you on how to document losses, negotiate settlements, and represent you in court if necessary. A good fire damage insurance claim lawyer will also help you identify any potential legal issues that may arise from the fire and help protect your rights.