Nearly four months after rocks smashed onto the home of an Athens county family, they're still picking up the pieces of their shattered life.
When you walk up to the front door of Tabatha Huddy's home, you don't expect the damage to be that bad, but inside it looks like a war zone.
"You can see the huge boulders," Huddy said. "It's just devastating."
In April, boulders came crashing down on their home during a landslide on State Route 329 in Trimble.
Huddy, her husband, and their two-year-old daughter escaped unharmed. But most of their possessions were destroyed.
The Huddy family got a letter from their insurance company saying that their coverage didn't cover "earth movement."
Huddy says it's the first time they had ever heard of this kind of coverage.
Huddy says when they first got their policy an agent had come out to their home and took pictures.
"They know the rocks were there," Huddy said. "You would think an insurance agent would have been a little more knowledgeable selling someone insurance."
10TV contacted Salena Insurance Agency and spoke with a woman who identified herself as a supervisor.
She refused to give her name, but said "I can tell you at the time they would have taken their policy out, we would have gone over all the coverages they did have."
When asked about landslide coverage, she said that "if it was asked, then yes, that would have been discussed. But I can't tell you if that was discussed at that time." She later said her agency doesn't offer any landslide coverage.
Meanwhile, Huddy and her family are looking for an attorney to figure out their options.
"It doesn't really make sense at all," she said.
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