Definition of 'accidental damage'
Example sentences containing 'accidental damage'
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You may have accidental damage cover on your home insurance. The Sun (2016)You may have accidental damage cover on your household insurance policy to pay for scratches or stains on fabric or leather. The Sun (2016)You should also consider cover for accidental damage as well as insuring your festive food. The Sun (2013)You had not chosen to buy the optional accidental damage cover. Times, Sunday Times (2015)It is worth noting that not all standard home insurance policies automatically include cover for accidental damage. The Sun (2015)This includes cover for accidental damage. Times, Sunday Times (2008)They are claiming it's accidental damage and not covered by our warranty. The Sun (2015)Parents were urged to check that their policy covered accidental damage, as claims could run into hundreds of pounds. Times, Sunday Times (2007)Almost all contents insurance policies have the option to add accidental damage cover but only 15 per cent offer it as standard. Times, Sunday Times (2013)But the salesman told me it was a good deal and that I would be covered for accidental damage. The Sun (2012)Most standard policies only cover limited accidental damage and only pay out on expensive items if they are specifically mentioned, so do check the small print. Times, Sunday Times (2014)If you have accidental damage cover for contents away from home, don't pay for mobile phone or gadget insurance. Times, Sunday Times (2015)A quarter of homeowners don't know if they are covered for accidental damage, while one in ten have no home insurance. The Sun (2013)
Definition of accidental damage from the Collins English Dictionary
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