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Your Neighbor's Burst Pipe Damages Your Townhouse. Now What?

[Question]I read your article about . I live in a townhouse and am wondering what happens if my neighbor's pipe bursts and the water damages my property. Would I submit a claim with my own insurer or would the damage be covered by my neighbor's insurance company because it was

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