Safeguard your home.

All too often, homeowners base their insurance coverage on market value, rather than the true replacement value of their home — which may be significantly higher.

A homeowner’s insurance policy can protect you against a wide range of risks such as:

  • Damage caused by an insured event like a fire or wind storm.
  • Damage or loss of furniture, clothing and other personal items inside your home.
  • Liability claims brought by visitors to your property, should they be injured or suffer damage to their personal property.
  • Additional living expenses, like the cost of a hotel stay, incurred while your home is being repaired after an insured loss.
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Ensure you’re protected. Get the coverage you need.

Whether you’re an occasional driver or a daily commuter, you need car insurance that protects you — and your passengers — when you’re out on the road.

Auto policy features vary by state, but your coverage may offer protection against the following risks:

  • Injuries or property damage caused by you or your vehicle in the event of an accident.
  • Medical expenses incurred by you or a passenger as a result of an accident.
  • Injury or death caused by an uninsured, underinsured, or hit-and-run driver.
  • Damage to your vehicle due to an accident.
  • Theft or damage to your vehicle not resulting from a collision.
  • Additional expenses incurred while your vehicle is being repaired after an insured loss, like the cost of a rental car.

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