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Additional living expenses is one of the broadest and also one of the most confusing coverages. What exactly are necessary increases in expenses in order to restore and insured to her normal standard of living is often confusing. Does it include boarding pets, or ensuring that the insured has access to a pool, or a place for a relative to stay? There are many, many variables that come up.

With Hurricane Ida, we’ve already had questions on coverage and we’re sure we’ll have more. Therefore, we’ve pulled together our articles and questions and answers on additional living expenses into one article for quick reference. We hope you find it helpful.

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