If you're buying a home, then obtaining homeowners insurance comes naturally. Homeowners insurance will help cover the structure of your home, your personal possessions, liability to others and the cost of living expenses if you have to temporarily move out of your home because it is damaged. There’s also additional endorsement covering any new building codes that come into play in the future as well so that you don’t lose money having to meet new building codes when replacing or repairing your home.
One of the best ways to get cheap car insurance is by contacting Trinity Insurance where we will comparison shop around for you. We shop our multiple carriers to find the best value in insurance for you. AGAIN at renewal, WE shop our carriers for you to make sure you are still getting the best value in insurance.
What does car insurance cover
Damages/injuries you cause (Liability)
Damages to your car from acts of nature (Comprehensive)
Damages to your car from accidents (Collision)
Damage to your car from uninsured drivers (Uninsured/under insured motorist property damage)
Your injuries (Medical payments)
Your injuries from uninsured drivers (Uninsured/under insured motorist bodily injury)
Rental car fees/reimbursement
Your loan if you total your car (GAP Coverage)
Lockouts, towing, jump starts, etc. (Roadside assistance)
Keep in mind, insurance doesn't cover maintenance or general wear and tear.
Stay protected against financial loss in the event of an accident or theft by calling your Trinity Agent today.
If you're renting an apartment or home, you'll need an insurance policy to cover your belongings. Your landlord’s property insurance policy covers losses to the building itself – whether it's an apartment, a house or a duplex. Renter’s insurance is affordable and protects against losses to your personal property, including clothes, jewelry, computers, furniture, and electronics. It also covers liability so if someone is in your apartment and falls you would be covered through your policy.
In addition to acting as an excess liability policy, a Umbrella policy provides additional coverage for types of losses that otherwise would not be paid. In other words a Umbrella policy gives you a layer of additional liability coverage, above the limits of your homeowners, renters, auto and other policies.
Additional coverage under an umbrella policy might include:
*Coverage for specific claims due to your position/role as a director or office of an organization.
*Personal injury coverage for claims such as libel or slander
* Auto coverage for anywhere in the world
Umbrella policies extend limits and coverage on some, or all, of the insurance policies you currently have. Such policies typically include: Homeowners, Auto, Condo, Watercraft, ATV or other specialized policies.
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