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Frequently asked questions about insurance

What are the three things covered by renters insurance?

Renters insurance typically includes three types of coverage: Personal property, liability and additional living expenses. Personal property coverage can help pay to replace your belongings if they're stolen or damaged by a covered risk.

What renters insurance means?

Renters insurance protects your personal property in a rented apartment, condo or home from unexpected circumstances such as theft, a fire or sewer backup damage – and will pay you for lost or damaged possessions. It can also help protect you from liability if someone is injured on your property.

Why is renters insurance a good idea?

Renters insurance protects your belongings from loss, damage, or destruction following things like burglaries, fires, tornadoes and other covered events. Plus, renters insurance also protects your liability (and your money) if someone is injured at your rental home or apartment.

Is renters insurance really worth?

If you're a tenant, purchasing a renters insurance policy is almost always worth it, even if it's not required by your landlord. For an affordable price, renters insurance will protect you against catastrophic damage to your property and potential legal liabilities.

Does renters insurance cover accidental damage to TV?

Generally speaking, almost all consumer electronics are covered under renters insurance. Items like your TVs, your home computers and video game consoles are covered by the personal property provisions of your renters insurance policy.

How much does renters insurance cost?

The average renters insurance cost in the U.S. is $168 per year, or about $14 per month, according to NerdWallet's latest rate analysis. This estimate is based on a policy for a hypothetical 30-year-old tenant with $30,000 in personal property coverage, $100,000 in liability coverage and a $500 deductible.

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