Home and Renters Insurance
Homeowners insurance can help protect you from the unexpected. If your home is damaged, your belongings are stolen or someone is injured on your property, it can help cover repairs or replacement, temporary housing, legal fees and more.
What does homeowners insurance cover?
The structure of your home.
Other structures on your property (e.g., garage, shed).
Your personal belongings.
Additional living expenses if you are unable to live in your home due to a covered loss.
Your personal liability or legal fees.
Limited valuable items (additional coverage can usually be added).
We offer coverage for most motorcycles, including cruisers, sport bikes, ouring bikes, dirt bikes, mopeds, scooters, quads, even custom motorcycles and antique motorcycles over 25 years old.
Some of the typical coverages include:
Other coverages are also available, such as:
Optional/special equipment coverage
Manufactured home insurance
A type of insurance contract intended to cover damage to a dwelling and/or its furnishings resulting from any unforeseen event. For this reason, this insurance is colloquially known as home insurance.
Auto insurance protects you from costs related to auto accidents and other types of losses, such as theft of your car. Your auto insurance policy is a contract under which you pay a certain amount or “premium” to your insurance company in exchange for the coverages you select.
What does auto insurance cover?
Lease/loan gap insurance
We offer a wide range of commercial insurance options, designed to identify and reduce the risks to which you may be exposed. Beyond managing claims costs, we help businesses prepare for risk and recover faster after an unexpected event.
Commercial insurance coverage is essential to protect your business from risks, including loss of property and repair or replacement of property, such as after a fire, storm or theft.
Commercial insurance can help cover the costs of legal claims brought against your business and can help cover an injured worker’s lost wages. Without insurance, a significant loss could be devastating to the livelihood of your business. Some states also require businesses to carry certain types of insurance coverage to legally operate there.