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If I was living in relative's home and was covered by their homeowner's insurance and a fire occurred and all my belongings were destroyed, am I legaly entitled to compensation?

Question Details: I was living with my aunt and all my belongings were destroyed. We had a inspector show up and documented it was my belongings and my aunt was paid for damage and loss on the house but I was never given nothing for any of my losses. Can I legally sue for my losses,from the fire since their was proof on document of what I had lost?

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