What Does Renters Insurance Cover?

Renters insurance coverage protects you and your personal belongings if the worst happens. While you may only be renting your apartment or house, chances are you own most of the stuff in it. And while your landlord’s insurance policy on the home typically covers the building structure itself, protecting your valuables comes down to you.

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Personal property

The average renter owns about $20,000 in personal property and is 25 percent more likely to be burglarized than someone who owns a home.

And the beauty is that renters coverage protects your belongings anywhere in the world — whether they’re stolen from the trunk of your car or out of your backpack at a Paris hostel.

Personal liability

Medical payments

Property damage to others

Additional living expenses

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