Light Fixtures Inundated By Water - But Still Work. Replace them anyway?


 

The light fixtures pictured were inundated by water from a roof leak.  The insurer is replacing the drywall ceiling however by some miracle the lights still work.  Should the insurance carrier pay to replace the lights anyway?

Posted By:
Stephen Hadhazi

10/15/2012 11:40

 

Answer this poll below

The insurance carrier should pay to replace the water logged light fixtures even though they still make light bulbs glow
The policyholder should have them reinstalled and hope that they do not fail in the future and start a fire
If the light fixtures will make a bulb glow then there cannot possibly be any damage


 

Poll Answers

The insurance carrier should pay to replace the water logged light fixtures even though they still make light bulbs glow5 (100%)
The policyholder should have them reinstalled and hope that they do not fail in the future and start a fire0 (0%)
If the light fixtures will make a bulb glow then there cannot possibly be any damage0 (0%)


Steven Venook - The insurance carrier should pay to replace the water logged light fixtures even though they still make light bulbs glow
Stephen Hadhazi - The insurance carrier should pay to replace the water logged light fixtures even though they still make light bulbs glow
Julio Ortega - The insurance carrier should pay to replace the water logged light fixtures even though they still make light bulbs glow
Robert Cook - The insurance carrier should pay to replace the water logged light fixtures even though they still make light bulbs glow
Martha Franco - The insurance carrier should pay to replace the water logged light fixtures even though they still make light bulbs glow