Chicago is undoubtedly a magnificent city to live in, full of spots designed for entertainment and recreation, as well as many ideal locations for asylum seekers. However, living expenses and jam-packed big city life may disappoint to some extent, and you realize that saving money by renting instead of purchasing a home or apartment does come with the kind of cost you never calculated.
Without question, your landlord has insurance coverage for the place you happen to rent, but such policy is usually limited to certain repairs in case of an accident, such as natural disaster or fire. When it comes to your personal belongings and protection, you are most likely on your own.
The most common and significant aspects of renter’s insurance coverage include:
- Personal liability coverage – in case you or your family members become legally responsible for any harm or damages done, Relia has your financial back.
- Theft coverage
- Coverage of losses caused by weather-related disasters
- Coverage of losses due to non-weather incidents