Why do I need renters insurance?
After a fire or other loss, you may need somewhere to stay while your building gets repaired. Renters coverage provides additional living expenses, which can pay for a hotel stay, temporary rentals, meals and other expenses you may have. (Consult your policy for limits.)
For injury or harm to other people or property. It also provides medical payments* for someone hurt in an accident while visiting your home.
It covers your liability and personal property everywhere you go -- anywhere in the world.
Your things are important to you and if there was a fire, burglary or other covered loss, a policy from Erie Insurance^ can protect your things.
Your building's insurance policy most likely does not cover your personal belongings. (Many people don't realize this.)
^See individual policies for specific coverage details. Certain terms and limitations may apply. Refer to our disclaimer.
*Medical payments for someone other than the insured or tenants in the household.
I’ve had auto insurance with ERIE for years, and I recently added renters insurance. I had a time sensitive issue with getting my renters insurance properly set up, but Jamie immediately took care of everything.
Without her excellent customer care, I would have had to delay my move-in day. I’m so glad I have such a responsive carrier and agency for my personal insurance!
Talk to a local agent
All of your prized possessions can be protected by ERIE. You’ll even get your own local insurance advisor who can help you navigate through the sometimes-confusing insurance process. Find out why it makes sense to do business with ERIE. Get in touch with us today and ask about the auto/renters discount.
Erie Insurance has been helping people for more than 90 years.
Combine your auto and renters insurance and you may be pleasantly surprised about how affordable the coverage is.
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