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Flowood, MS 39232
Are you currently renting a home or an apartment in Mississippi without renter's insurance?
If so, it is time to make the change and start protecting your property.
When someone pays rent to live in another's property, their own property is at risk for damage should tragedy strike the dwelling.
While your landlord may have an insurance policy on the home, keep in mind that it only covers any property that belongs to them, which is often just the structure of the house or apartment.
With renter's insurance, you can protect yourself against any damage that happens to the property you own.
For example, if a natural disaster or accidental fire destroys your clothes, furniture, and appliances, your renter's insurance policy will assist with covering the damage and replacing these items.
Was the damage to the rental property so significant that you require temporary relocation?
If so, your renter's insurance policy will assist you in covering those costs, such as hotel expenses and travel costs, while your rental property is being repaired.
Getting liability coverage for the home you are renting only comes through renter's insurance.
If you are found liable for damages caused by your pet or an event you hosted, you will be responsible for these damages and not the landlord.
With renter's insurance, you can get the financial assistance you need to cover these costs so that you are not trying to cover them at your own expense.