Yes, You Need Renter’s Insurance

Don’t worry: your landlord has insurance. If a UFO crashes through the roof, his policy will fix it.

What it won’t do is replace your Barbie doll collection, that laptop ruined by the rain, or buy you a new pair of shoes.

Why? The roof is your landlord’s property, along with the fixtures, the floor, and the walls. His insurance protects the structure against damage.

Your property needs its own insurance policy. Without renter’s insurance, you’re stuck with losses.

We all hate to add another bill to the pile—but disasters can happen to anyone. So contact your insurance company today and ask them about renter’s insurance. Many companies offer discounts when it’s combined with car insurance or other policies.

A small monthly payment buys priceless peace of mind.

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