Protect your house and personal property with the right home insurance coverage. You've worked hard for what you have. Ensure you have the insurance policy that meets your life and needs.
Your landlord’s insurance policy doesn’t cover your belongings. So if fire, theft or weather damages your property, you’ll need the protection of renters insurance. And the cost for this valuable protection is a small fraction of what one typically pays in rent.
Renters insurance also protects you if an accident happens at your home or apartment, such as a slip and fall. Renters insurance can pay if you’re held liable for accidental damage to property belonging to others. It can also pay the cost of legal defense if you are sued. Even the cost of a small accident adds up quickly. Make sure you’re protected with the right renters insurance.
Your condo association likely has insurance covering only the common areas and grounds of your condominium complex. Sometimes it will cover part of the building belonging to you, but condominum master policies vary in their scope of coverage. Many condo owners are unaware that a sizeable deductible can be assessed for a claim that affects your unit.
In addition, if an accident such as a slip and fall, or a theft or fire occurs inside your condo, you’ll need additional protection. Plus if you are found to be responsible for damage to another unit due to your negligence, it can cost you thousands of dollars to defend a claim and ultimately pay for the damages.
That’s why condominium homeowners insurance can be tailored to fit your unique needs.
Disclaimer: Please be advised that no insurance can be purchased, bound, or put into effect over the Jack Kustra Agency website. To start a policy or make changes to an existing policy, you must first speak with an agent who will assist you accordingly. Thank You