Grandfather is very ill, I am the Power of Attorney.
Grandfathers home was flooded, basically a total loss.
Grandfather is staying with me, out of town.
Insurance policy states and they agree to cover all the damage regarding the flood.
I must move to grandfathers hometown to manage the project for multiple weeks.
Because I am the POA, and managing entire project, am I allowed the right to receive "additional expenses" from the insurance company.
1 Answer from Attorneys
Submit your request for coverage of these additional expenses to
the insurance company. ("Them that don't ask, [usually] don't get")
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