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Updated December 3, 2020
Matching is one of the more difficult topics in insurance. When only part of the property is damaged—such as siding or a roof—and if the carrier cannot match the existing property, should the entire property be replaced in order to properly indemnify the insured, or is it acceptable for the carrier to simply repair the property and leave the roof or siding mismatched?
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