allied line

Definition of "allied line"
  1. It refers to a type of insurance coverage that's separate from a fire insurance policy and often covers damages caused by events such as earthquakes or water-related damages
How to use "allied line" in a sentence
  1. After the flood, the homeowner was relieved to have an allied line policy that covered water damage.
  2. Property owners in seismic areas can often opt for an allied line insurance policy to cover potential earthquake damage.
  3. Unlike a traditional fire policy, an allied line policy can provide coverage for a wider range of damage and losses.

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