Fire & Allied Lines

Definition of "Fire & Allied Lines"
  1. Insurance that protects property from damage caused by fire, along with other possible risks like windstorms, hail, explosions, and riots, plus damage resulting from smoke and water
How to use "Fire & Allied Lines" in a sentence
  1. Damage from the explosion is covered under the Fire & Allied Lines insurance policy.
  2. When his business was damaged by a windstorm, he was relieved to have Fire & Allied Lines insurance.
  3. The Fire & Allied Lines insurance offers protection against various perils such as rain and earthquakes.

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