Lateral lines connect your home or building to the public sewage system. The last thing you’d want is for your lateral line to rupture or break. Otherwise, there’d be a huge mess to clean up, and not just the sewage.
So, who’s responsible for the lateral line damage? Usually the homeowner. Being private property, it is generally the homeowner’s responsibility to maintain and repair the lateral line.
Costs of repair for typically average from $3,000- $6,000, leaving many customers unable to pay out of pocket.
Don’t let a lateral line wreak havoc on your life. Be smart and get yourself covered. Learn more about the Lateral Insurance Protection Plan here: http://www.lippinsurance.com/#why