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Renters Insurance Protects Your Possessions and Helps With Living Expenses
Pipes burst, a spark ignites a blaze, thieves find the unlocked door. Sometimes stuff just happens. That’s why renters need to take a hard look at the big what-ifs. What if your possessions are ruined or stolen? What if you’re forced to find a new apartment?
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Replacing laptops and your other possessions can drain your savings in a hurry. And what about the expenses if you’re forced to live somewhere else for a while? Hotel costs, restaurants for every meal, even replacing all the little things like toothpaste and socks.
Even if you’re only “on the road” for a couple weeks, you can still end up shelling out thousands of dollars. It’s even worse if you end up on the hook for a new security deposit and first month’s rent. Can you really afford that out of pocket?
For most of us, the answer’s no. That’s why a renters insurance policy makes so much sense, especially when relocation and replacement protection starts at about $17 a month.
Please see the disclaimers below.
The availability, qualifications and amounts of these coverages and discounts may vary from state to state. In addition, other terms, conditions and exclusions not described above may apply, and total savings may vary depending on the coverages purchased. In some states, we may offer coverages and discounts that are not listed here. For more information regarding your eligibility for certain coverages and savings opportunities, please contact your Allstate agent.
Excess Flood Insurance coverage may currently be available but only in the following states:? Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, California, Colorado, Delaware, District of Columbia, Florida, Georgia, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Louisiana, Maine, Maryland, Michigan, Mississippi, Nevada, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Texas, Virginia, Washington.? In order to qualify for an Excess Flood Insurance Policy, you first need to purchase a National Flood Insurance Policy through Allstate.? Excess Flood Insurance is provided by one or more insurance carriers not owned by or affiliated with Allstate Insurance Company.? Excess Flood Insurance is subject to availability and qualifications.? Other terms, conditions and exclusions may apply.? Contact your local Allstate agent to find out whether Flood Insurance coverages are available in your area.