Protecting your Belongings
With Renters insurance, you can rest easy knowing your belongings are protected. If you rent an apartment, house, condo or any other property, renter’s insurance is a must. Your landlord has insurance to cover their investment, but in the event of a fire, theft or other disasters, you are not protected unless you have renters insurance.
What We Cover
Renters’ insurance covers personal property, such as your home computer, clothing, electronics and furniture, against damage and theft — up to a specific limit.
If your belongings are stolen or damaged, this policy covers you. This applies to furniture, clothes, electronics, and more. So, if your home is damaged by fire or water, your stuff is protected!
Temporary Living Expenses (Loss of Use)
If your home or apartment is damaged to the point where it is unlivable during repairs, your renters insurance will cover hotel stays and meal expenses above what you’d normally pay for groceries, up to your policy’s limits.
If you’re liable for someone else’s injuries or property damage, this covers any lawsuits and medical bills up to the limits of your policy.
This is not an all-inclusive list of coverages. Please call us to inquire about additional options!
We have an Home Inventory App for that!
You can download our app for FREE on iPhone or Android phones! Our app features a home inventory section where you can take pictures of furniture and art, add prices, receipts and more. So, if anything happens to your home, you have records of the items to start the claims process right away.
To the Upside!
We are ready to take your insurance to the Upside and beyond! Please contact us using the form below and one of our agents will be in touch with you shortly!
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