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Wisconsin Renters Insurance

Renters insurance can help protect everything on your side of the welcome mat. It helps protect your possessions in case of unexpected events like a fire or disaster. 

You’ve moved into a new apartment – it’s roomy, in the right neighborhood and has a lot of other niceties, too, like parking and new kitchen appliances. It’s a place that energizes you as you plan your daily routine and life’s special events. It also shelters you in stormy times.

You’ve decorated your apartment with a mix of hand me downs, online marketplace finds and a few statement pieces that you’ll take with you with each move.

What Does Renters Insurance Cover?

A good renters insurance policy1 will help make sure that you’re covered for the what-ifs in life. What if everything you own goes up in smoke? What if you’re burglarized? 

When the unexpected happens, renters insurance can help cover:

And there’s something else that helps with your financial security. Renters insurance provides liability protection in case you’re ever held responsible for harming other people or property—anywhere in the world.2 For example, if you damage someone else’s property, liability protection could help cover the repair costs.

Whether you live in Milwaukee, Madison, Eau Claire or somewhere in between in Wisconsin, we can help you protect all the things that matter to you inside your apartment.

Your renters insurance premium is based on a number of factors such as your location, the cost to replace your things, the distance to the closest fire department and more. A local ERIE agent will walk you through the details. Working with an experienced agent from your neighborhood, you’ll get coverage that fits your life and budget. Get in touch with a local ERIE agent today.

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1See individual policies for specific coverage details. Certain terms and limitations may apply. Refer to our disclaimer

2Medical payments for someone other than the insured or tenants in the household.