I took a lightning hit 4 years ago, and State Farm couldn't have been
easier to deal with. I had confirmed from the start that my tower and
antennas were an "accessory structure", our insurance covers replacement
value, and our local agent is great. Nobody even came out to check my
story - they just took my list of damaged stuff and cut me a check the
73, Pete N4ZR
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On 8/29/2011 8:45 PM, WW3S wrote:
> the time to answer those questions is before the claim....now is a good time
> for everyone to review their coverage....check out this presentation by Ray,
> ND8L, from 2010 Dayton....Ray has also written an article or two about
> insurance and amateur radio....
> On 8/29/2011 5:14:25 PM, David Jordan (email@example.com) wrote:
>> Hey Folks,
>> I just received a call from a ham friend in Md. He has one banged up
>> stepper and broken rotordue to a fallen tree... Anyone out there have
>> success making a claim for antenna with State Farm? Any 'key' words to
>> use when making the claim?
>> Thanks... please respond direct to reduce noise on the reflector. I'll
>> summarize in a single email to the group.
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