19th February 2010
Home insurance pay-out 'may help woman fund new sculpture'
A spate of burglaries in Essex may demonstrate an increasing need for home insurance. ">
The Epping Forest Guardian tells how a woman was robbed of an "irreplaceable" sculpture of a cat, following a number of other incidents.
In the last week thieves have also gained entry to properties in Chigwell and Woodford Bridge, taking personal and valuable belongings in the process.
One way to avoid losing out financially in such a situation could be to invest in a comprehensive home insurance policy immediately.
Paula Anderson, of Crossfields, explains to the newspaper how she went out to get her mother's car its MOT and came back to find household items missing - including the cherished figurine.
Ms Anderson may now be preparing a hefty home insurance claim to compensate for her loss.
Another area currently suffering a rise in burglary numbers is Salford, where property owners may also wish to invest in a home insurance policy.
By Chris King
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