Your home owner’s insurance covers your house, any permanent fixtures and fittings, garden walls, gates, fence, pool and your personal belongings. Home Owner’s insurance protects you from specific types of home-related accidents and incidents. The most common types are fire, theft and vandalism. It also provides additional living expenses such as hotel expenses in case you are unable to stay in your home due to accidents or other incidents. The policy also provides liability protection. Ideally, you should select the amount of coverage which can replace your home and property plus some amount to cover your liabilities. Also, if you are staying in a flood or earthquake-risk area, you should separately purchase flood/earthquake insurance as home owner’s insurance doesn’t usually cover flood and earthquake.
Initially, your personal property coverage usually reflects 50 percent of your home insurance coverage. It may be increased or decreased, depending upon state requirements.
Yes, you can lower your home owner’s insurance premium by asking for discounts on your current policy, holding multiple insurance policies with your insurance carrier and raising your deductible.
If you are involved in an auto accident and found to be driving without car insurance or proof of financial responsibility, you will be subject to penalties specific to the laws of your state. It could include a fine or loss of driving privileges. If you are uninsured and in an accident that involves property damage or injuries to people, you will be required to pay on your own for any damages assessed by a court.
First, you need to notify the police. Exchange information with the other driver(s) involved in an accident. Next, immediately contact your insurance company. Do what the insurance company advises you to do.
Yes of course. First, you can compare dozens of online policies and can get the best quote. You need not deal with salespeople who try to sell you policies aggressively. You also save a lot when buying online as you need not pay for overheads.