In a previous article, I described my homeowner’s insurance claim process. In this article, I discussed how difficult it was to understand what I was entitled to under the law. I was finally able to reach a better understanding once I became familiar with the Florida Homeowner’s Insurance Bill of Rights.
Since the insurance industry is regulated at the state level, these rights can differ from state to state. Moreover, most states don’t even have a clearly defined ‘Bill of Rights.’ However, each state does have a homeowner’s insurance page that can help you understand what resources exist for your situation.
This page contains links to each state’s homeowner’s insurance website.
New Hampshire: https://www.nh.gov/insurance/consumers/homeowner.htm
North Dakota: https://www.nd.gov/ndins/consumers/homeowners/
South Carolina: http://doi.sc.gov/613/Homeowners-Insurance
South Dakota: http://dlr.sd.gov/insurance/consumers.aspx
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