If you rent, you may not feel attached to your apartment—after all, you don’t technically own it. And you probably feel secure in the thought that if something were to happen to your building, your landlord’s insurance will protect your apartment. But do you know where your landlord’s liability ends and yours begins? Unfortunately, your landlord’s insurance only covers the physical framework of your apartment. Any of your apartment contents are your responsibility. The combined value of your things may not seem like a lot—until you face the prospect of having to replace everything. Tenant’s Insurance can help. It’s an inexpensive coverage, but it offers a lot of protection. For example, it can even be used to cover a phone that’s stolen on the subway.
To discuss your options and set a limit that’s right for you, contact Wells Insurance Services today!
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