What Is Sinkhole Insurance and Who Needs It?
You may need sinkhole insurance if you live in at-risk states like Alabama, Florida, Kentucky, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Texas.
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Katie uses her knowledge and expertise as a licensed property and casualty agent in Massachusetts to help readers understand the complexities of insurance shopping.
Updated May 1, 2023 | Reading time: 6 minutes
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