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Most major home insurers don't offer coverage for trampolines "at any price," Lynch says. Some insurers will sell coverage if the trampoline features a safety net, he says.
While trampolines are undeniably fun, the number of people injured each year in trampoline accidents -- whether through attempting a dangerous trick, or by colliding with another jumper -- is pretty eye-opening. Not only can these kinds of injuries be serious, they can be costly as well, and many insurance companies do not want to foot the bill. Because of this, some homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover trampoline-related mishaps. In this article, we'll discuss some common issues that crop up when it comes to homeowner's insurance claims and trampoline injuries.
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