What, when it comes to insurance, is considered an “act of god?”
Mostly any natural disaster. I love the 'act of God' thing, funny how we blame God for disasters but rarely credit him for the good things in this world.
An "act of God" is considered any event that is out of human control (and therefore attributed to God) such as a flood or an earthquake. However, it is important to note that many insurance policies have exemptions so even if something is not under human control, it may not be covered by your insurance. (If you're wondering why you should be insured anyway, I've got a hub about that to help you understand: http://hubpages.com/hub/Why-Must-I-Be-Insured). The point here is that you should read the terms of your insurance plan carefully and ask any questions that you have to make sure that you know exactly what is and isn't covered.
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