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Renters Insurance Coverage You Can Trust
If the unexpected happens, could you afford to replace your personal belongings on your own? Renters insurance is an affordable way to protect yourself and help replace personal belongings in the of case of theft, fire, or water damage. It may also cover medical expenses for people who don't live with you, but are injured on your property, as well as legal defense in some cases.
While a landlord's insurance policy covers the building, it won't cover what's inside your walls. Make sure you have the right insurance coverage for your belongings and get a renters insurance quote today.
What is covered by renters insurance?
A renters insurance policy helps protect your furniture, electronics, appliances or other personal belongings if they're stolen or damaged. It also offers liability protection for things like legal fees if an injury happens at your rented property. Renters insurance is for anyone renting an apartment, condo, house, etc.
How much would it cost to replace your stuff?
Use our personal property calculator to calculate how much renters insurance coverage you need by adding up the cost of your belongings.
Additional Savings On A Renters Insurance Policy
Watch your rates fall with renters insurance discounts
Renters insurance helps give you peace of mind as a way to cover your most important personal belongings.
Once you get a renters insurance quote through the GEICO Insurance Agency, you'll see how affordable it can be. And with the many discounts available, you're likely to save even more.
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The above is meant as general information and as general policy descriptions to help you understand the different types of coverages. These descriptions do not refer to any specific contract of insurance and they do not modify any definitions, exclusions or any other provision expressly stated in any contracts of insurance. We encourage you to speak to your insurance representative and to read your policy contract to fully understand your coverages.