Jul 31, 2019 How to Choose the Right Tenant Insurance Limits

One of the most common myths about insurance is that renters don’t need it. Your landlord has insurance, so you’re covered, too…right? Unfortunately, this isn’t the case. When there’s damage to your building, your landlord’s insurance will probably cover the walls around you and any major appliances that came with your unit, but it won’t cover your own stuff. This is where tenant insurance comes in — and it’s important to make sure you have the right amount of coverage in place in case of an emergency. Your licensed insurance broker will know what questions to ask you to make sure your policy meets your needs, but you can also consider these tips when setting your limits. How much personal property coverage do renters need? Personal…

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Jun 10, 2017 Navigational Limits

We have been waiting a long time for the nice weather to arrive and hopefully we are turning a corner on all of this rain ─ and only have sunshine in the future. Even with the delay to spring, most people now have their boats in the water. This means that it’s time to think about reviewing your boat insurance. If you have your boat are at your cottage or campground and pretty much never leave the area, than you are likely within your navigational limits. What are Navigational Limits you might ask? The simple answer is they explain where insureds can and cannot take their property. Your broker should have made sure to have you covered in the proper area when your policy…

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