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Did You Know?

  1. Fire and lightning damage are the most expensive average homeowner’s insurance claims, in large part due to debris removal. The average payout of a fire or lightning damage claim is $33,064.
  2. Theft and robbery make up a small percentage of all homeowner’s insurance claims. Only 2.3 percent of claims in 2011 were related to theft.
  3. The average payout for a homeowner’s insurance claim was only $8,311 in 2009.
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