If you rent
a house, apartment, condo, or even a dorm room, you may think that insurance is not important, but if fire, theft, or vandalism damages your property, your landlord is unlikely to pay to replace your belongings. Your Renters Insurance also includes Liability Coverage
to safeguard you from injury claims that occur in your home.
If you own
a rental unit, the proper Landlord policy can provide options from Personal Property and Liability to Medical Payments to Others and Dwelling to accommodate the special risks that you as a property owner may face.