Just because you pay rent rather than a mortgage and don’t own where you live, doesn’t mean it’s not your home. We understand that at Willard Insurance. You still have assets that you do own and you want to protect that. Renters insurance gives you protection for both you and your personal property. It’s also fairly inexpensive.
If your house or apartment is broken into, damaged or destroyed, or someone gets injured at your residence, your renters insurance is there to cover you and your family. It pays for repairs and replaces lost or stolen items. It also protects you from any liability you may become responsible for.