If you rent an apartment or house, your apartment complex’s or landlord’s insurance probably only covers the building where you live – not your belongings. As a tenant of a rental property, if you experience a loss situation, such as a break-in, fire or covered weather event, a renter’s insurance policy allows you to recover the value of the damaged or stolen items. If someone is injured in your home, renter’s insurance will help protect you in the case of a liability lawsuit. Contact your local Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance agent to learn more about renter’s insurance at a cost of just pennies per day.
By Carrie K. Patterson