Co-Insurance can have a drastic affect on how an insurance loss is valued because not meeting coinsurance requirements can mean you receive payment based on Actual Cash Value instead of Replacement Cost.
Basically, Co-Insurance is the percentage in which you need to be within in order to have your loss valued at replacement cost.
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