An insurance company offers policies to the public either by selling directly to individuals or through other sources such as employees’ benefits packages. This provision allows you some peace of mind in case of a misfortune. It is best that you review your coverage from time to time. There are a few reasons why you would need to upgrade or change your coverage. Let’s touch upon a few of those reasons.
Have you rented a new home or apartment?
Of course, the landlord will be responsible for insuring the building, but you are accountable for covering your possessions. Rental coverage is readily available and inexpensive, plus it provides liability coverage, which protects you in case anyone is injured while at your home or apartment.
Have you made any new renovations to your home?
If so, these changes are not included in your warranty. You should contact your insurance company and inform them of the changes so you are covered. Most people don’t think about this and it is very important to make sure you don’t have to come up with your own money to maintain your present living conditions.
Have you recently purchased any new fine art, expensive jewelry, or antiques?
A standard homeowner’s