Homeowners hold certain entitlements due to high homeowner insurance premiums and the local, state, and federal taxes paid out either at the purchase of the home, monthly or yearly. Knowing what rights and entitlements come with being a homeowner are especially vital after a devastating catastrophe like the Flint, Michigan water lead poisoning crisis. When local governments fail to monitor special districts or neglect public services, like water treatment, those tax dollars paid by homeowners indeed mean certain entitlements are present. Ensuring that your homeowners policy covers catastrophes like lead poisoning will protect your family from harm in the case that such negligence happens in the future. Homeowners are urged to stay informed and engaged in local governments in order to prevent any avoidable crisis in their own home town.
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Does your Homeowners’ policy cover lead poisoning?