Renter a house or apartment?
You Need Renters Insurance
A lot of things can happen to your place. Pipes burst. A spark ignites a blaze. Thieves break down your door. Sometimes stuff just happens. Your day starts out like any other day, then suddenly your possessions are ruined or stolen. And if something forces you to move out for a few weeks, you could end up shelling out thousands of dollars. Can you really afford that out of pocket?
For most of us, the answer is no. That’s why renters insurance makes so much sense. And it’s cheaper than you think — you can add the policy to your auto policy for about $4 more a month. Protect yourself and your possessions. Feel safe and go about your day knowing you have that added security for a whole year for less than a night out with friends.
Personal Property Protection:
Safeguards your valuables, such as furniture, electronics, clothes, and more.
Reimbursed Living Expenses:
Helps pay for increased living costs if a covered loss makes your home uninhabitable. Such expenses typically include food, a temporary place to live, and more.
Helps covers you if someone sues you after being injured at your place.
Guest Medical Protection:
Helps if someone incurs medical expenses from an injury suffered at your place.