Personal auto insurance serves as protection against liability for bodily injury and property damage in connection with your ownership, maintenance, or use of personal vehicles. It also covers damage done to your vehicle if you have comprehensive and collision coverage. Other optional coverages such as emergency road service and rental car coverage are available.
Please contact our agency and let one of our experienced auto insurance agents explain the different liability limits, comprehensive (examples are wind, fire, hail, glass breakage and hitting a deer), collision (which includes coverage for damage done by an uninsured motorist or an unknown hit & run driver), uninsured motorist, medical payment coverages, and deductibles that are available for you to choose from. We offer affordable insurance policies from leading insurance companies serving Wisconsin. With all the new laws in place let us explain the different coverages needed today.
Insurance for your home is one of the most important forms of personal insurance. The typical home insurance has two main sections:
Section I– Insurance coverage for your property. In property insurance, coverage lists perils insured against, properties covered, locations covered, individuals insured, and the limits of indemnification. Section II – Personal liability coverage to cover you from things that happen on your property and off premise.
Home insurance is many times required by lenders to obtain a mortgage. Renters, or Condominium Insurance are some other forms of homeowners insurance available.
Umbrella insurance, or Excess Liability insurance covers over all of your other liability exposures, such as auto, home, motorcycle, ATV, RV, farm and boat insurance. Coverage limits are written in increments of $1 million.
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