A few words from Daniels Law partner, Bill Daniels:
When we had a house fire in 2009, our big problem was what to do with the horses.
We have lived on a small horse farm in the San Fernando Valley for about thirty years. My wife Cheryl is a serious animal person.
So when the fire burned down our house, it threatened to scatter our entire family and also all our pets and livestock.
The tally back then, if I recall, was a quarter horse gelding, two Arabian mares, a retired blind pony, two pygmy goats, three domestic cats, four Labrador dogs (two black, one brown and one white) and one domestic rat.
Imagine you are looking for a rental home to relocate this crowd and you have an understanding of the predicament we were in. Fortunately, we now had homeowner insurance that included basic fire protection. In addition to property damage services, there was something known in the insurance industry as “ALE.”
The ALE coverage is intended to reimburse you for the additional costs you incur as a cause of a damage. In our case it was the house fire. Continue reading “Additional living expense coverage basics for a total wild fire loss”