You have a lot of things that are important to you – from your clothes and furniture to your sound system, sports gear, and computer. And you want to feel confident that everything you’ve worked for is not at risk.
Let Secord Insurance help you find coverage options that protect you, your family, and your personal property. Let us help make sure you’re properly covered.
What You Need to Know
Your Seattle renters insurance policy covers your personal property against theft or damage subject to the limits and deductibles you select. The coverage applies even when you are away from home.
For a small additional premium, you can choose to carry full value coverage on your personal property, which ensures that you will be paid the full replacement cost of items that are damaged or stolen without deduction for depreciation.
Protect Yourself and Your Guests
Your renters insurance policy also protects you and your family against certain bodily injury and property damage claims for which you are liable. Legal defense is also provided in the event you are sued after a covered loss, subject to the limits you have selected.
In addition, you can select medical payments coverage which will pay for medical expenses incurred by a visitor who is injured at your residence regardless of fault. Various limits are available. Let us help you find the right amount of coverage to suit your insurance needs.
The Right Coverage, The Right Price
Whether you’re starting out, between homes, or downsizing, we’ll help you pick the Seattle renters insurance coverage that best fits your needs.
Frequently Asked Questions about Renters Insurance
What does renters insurance cover?
Renters insurance can cover a variety of things such as theft, loss of personal items from losses like fires and provide you with liability insurance for bodily injury claims.
How much is renters insurance?
Renters insurance is typically less than $1 per day. Coverage and pricing vary depending on the coverage amount you’re requesting.
Why does my landlord require renters insurance?
Landlords want to limit their own liability exposure when someone is renting their property. For instance, if a renter has a dog and that dog bites someone, the landlord does not want to potentially be held liable for that dog bite claim.