How To Get Renters Insurance

Your landlord might not require you to have renters insurance coverage. However, this type of coverage is the best way to cover your personal property. Renters insurance costs $15 each month and can protect your personal belongings in the case of an accident. This insurance protects personal liability, provides loss of use and medical bills coverage as well, if an accident were to happen in your home.

You may also request a free renters insurance quote with no obligations. Visit your local Insurance Navy office or call us on the phone. Because we want to help you save money wherever possible, we offer our insurance quotes completely free of charge. By navigating our website, you can also inform yourself about many useful topics, such as the time limit required for you to notify the insurance company about a crash, how to file a police report, and situations in which your coverage will pay for repair costs for your vehicle.


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*Please review your own policy for details on what renters insurance covers. Renters coverage vary by state, insurance company and policy.