rentersGet coverage for your personal belongings in case they are stolen, damaged by fire or other severe weather by purchasing a renters insurance policy. A landlord’s policy is designed to repair or replace the building you live in but will not cover your items. Having liability protection is also important even if you do not own a home.

  • Liability Protection – can help protect you if you are found negligent in injuring someone else or causing damage to property owned by others. This coverage protects you at your home and away from your home.

  • Medical Coverage – pays for injuries of others that occurs on your property.

  • Personal Property – coverage for the items you personally own such as clothing, furniture, electronic equipment and more.

  • Additional Living Expense – if there is damage to the home or apartment you are renting that prevents you from staying there, renter’s insurance will help pay for your temporary living expense.

*Note – coverage is subject to insured limits, deductibles and covered perils.