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Renters Insurance: A Few Things to Consider

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When considering renters insurance, most think of protecting their pocketbook after theft or damage of their belongings, but there are additional reasons to look into getting a policy.

Your renter’s insurance policy covers personal liability. If a guest were to be injured at your residence, medical bills could be covered if you were found responsible for their injuries. If you accidentally damage a visitor’s personal property, the policy would cover repairs to their belongings.

Also, policies traditionally cover temporary living expenses like hotel costs if your living space was uninhabitable due to a fire, broken water pipe or other covered peril.

In today’s economy, it’s important to shop around for the best value. As independent agents, BankWest insurance professionals work with dozens of different companies to ensure you receive the best coverage for you at a competitive price.

We’re a locally-owned agency, giving you peace of mind that we’ll be there when you need us most. Contact one of our knowledgeable insurance agents today to discuss a renter’s insurance policy.

Insurance products are not deposits, not FDIC insured, not insured by any federal agency, not guaranteed by any bank, and may go down in value. This institution is an equal opportunity provider.

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