Renters Insurance

When renting an apartment or leasing a home, it’s your responsibility to protect your personal property – furniture, electronics, clothing and other belongings.

Killebrew renters insurance can:

  • replace or repair your items if they are damaged, destroyed or stolen
  • cover property in your residence, your car, or with you while traveling
  • move with you when you relocate
  • cover some unexpected living expenses if your apartment or home is uninhabitable
  • provide liability protection should someone injure himself on your property of if you accidentally damage someone else’s property

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Why Do I Need Renter's Insurance?

Tuesday, August 27, 2019

Even if an apartment complex doesn’t require renter’s insurance, it’s a low-cost way of protecting your possessions. Your landlord may have insurance to cover the building - but it won’t cover the cost of damages to your TV, computer, furniture, or other valuable possessions. 

Recent Data Shows Seniors Better Drivers Than Teens

Wednesday, February 27, 2019

Older peoples don’t always get the credit they deserve for their safe driving habits. Statistics prove senior drivers are better drivers than teens.

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