The owner of a home in Oregon, a city in California, and a rural farm in Idaho have all received an unexpected bill from the insurance company that covers their property.
According to the Oregonian, the insurance policy does not cover the homes and the farm, and the owners have had to go through a process of filing a lawsuit with the state.
They claim the policy covers only the owner, but the state doesn’t have any record of who paid the bill.
The insurance company told the owners that they have to pay the full amount or the policy would be canceled.
The owners have now filed a lawsuit, saying the policy should cover the homeowners.
The owner of the house in the city of Eugene told the paper they received the bill on March 7.
The house, which is valued at about $300,000, is owned by a retired woman.