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RE: is this covered by insurance?

Most policies have coverage when an incident is "sudden & accidental". So the loss of power was sudden and accidental as such the fridge might be covered. Same rule applies for the water spots -- they didn't happen 'suddenly' or 'accidentally' so your coverage probably won't apply. Best of luck with making the CG own up to the damages of either - ideally they can't be held responsible for a high mineral content in the water. Ask for a copy of your policy -- make sure you get the actual policy and not just the dec page-- and read the portion on Comprehensive coverage. It isn't in Latin and most are written pretty clearly. Pay attention to "excluded losses". Here's an interesting fact, dang few adjusters are familiar with the policy language. They all know the coverage for losses that occur every day but this one is rare. If you read the policy first and see the "sudden & accidental" verbiage and it isn't directly excluded in the excluded losses section you can win the argument by knowing more than the agent or the adjuster. It doesn't cost you anything to open a claim. If coverage is provided, your Comp deductible applies. If coverage isn't provided you don't run the risk of having a claim and your rates go up.
bodyshop bob 09/07/17 10:41am General RVing Issues
RE: NE Ohio to Pigeon Forge/Gatlinburg TN

Up the Creek is an excellent CG. After trying most of the CG's in the area that is the one we like the best. Trolley runs about every 30 minutes or so. Ask to get a site on Walden creek (sites 26-31) as they offer great shade and are close to the creek - in late August it will be really hot, humid & muggy during the day. In the Park visit Elkmont area and walk the trail along the old home sites; or drive up to New Found Gap on 441. Both are much cooler due to the elevation. G'burg & PF are a bit touristy but have some decent spots. Plan a late dinner in G'burg and eat on the roof at Loco Burro. Great view of downtown and at night its pretty nice. We are counting down the days until we go back in October.
bodyshop bob 08/09/17 07:49am RV Parks, Campgrounds and Attractions
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