Insuring your peace of mind is our highest priority.
Covering the Home Bases
Life happens. Sleep better knowing your property is protected from more than one angle.
Your new home is a legacy for you and your family. Protect it with comprehensive coverage at competitive premiums. Standard coverage includes dwelling coverage, other structures, contents, additional living expenses, personal liability and medical payments.
A standard Condominium Master Policy can still leave you vulnerable to losses or damage to your personal property, or claims made by guests injured while at your home. Guard against such catastrophic or unanticipated loss with a Condominium Unit Owners insurance policy.
Flood damage can be covered by an additional flood policy issued through the National Flood Insurance Program, a federally backed program administered by FEMA. Whether your home is in a flood designated area or not, we can provide the right coverage for your home and its contents.
Different options may be available to you to cover earthquake damage. This may include an endorsement to your homeowner’s policy for an additional annual premium or a standalone policy. Earthquake damage is not covered by your homeowners policy.
Umbrella policies increase your liability protection over and above your homeowners and primary auto coverage. Contact us about available options and discover the competitive rates available for expanding your protection.
For many, your home is your refuge, but your car is your lifeline. That’s why we offer auto insurance through a variety of outstanding carriers. Multi-policy discounts are available, along with savings based on your good driving record and your car’s safety features. Additional coverage is available for motorcycles and other recreational vehicles.
In order to cover their full worth, high-value assets like jewelry, fine art, furs, gun collections, and coin and stamp collections require additional and specific coverage. This can be arranged in conjunction with your homeowners insurance policy.
If you or a qualified dependent are also a renter, to protect your personal property from losses due to fire, smoke, water damage or theft, you need a renter’s insurance policy. The landlord or building owner’s insurance does not cover tenant’s personal property or personal liability.
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