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    Lemonade covers:
  • Your house
  • Other structures on the property
  • Reconstruction costs
  • Personal property damage
  • Personal property theft
  • Other person liability (medical and legal if third party is injured)
  • Loss of use (expenses if you are forced to leave your home for covered reasons)

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