Many renters don’t realize that the owner/landlord has insurance for the building, but what’s inside your walls is not covered unless you insure it yourself. That’s why getting a renters insurance policy is vital.
It doesn’t matter if you’re renting an apartment, a condo, or a home; most likely, your landlord’s policy is not going to pay for damage to furniture or personal items in the event of theft, fire, or water damage. A simple rule applies: if it’s inside your walls, it’s yours, and you need to protect it.
Our Account Managers can help you quickly put in place the protection you need, and determine what discounts may be available.