Tenant Insurance in Nova Scotia
What Does Tenant Insurance Protect?
Tenant insurance goes beyond insuring your belongings, it covers your for unintentional injuries or damages on your property.
Cover the cost of insured damage or loss to furniture and other personal property – except those mentioned as exclusions in your policy.
Cover expenses, such as a hotel room, if you have to move out temporarily or find a new home due to damage after an insured loss.
Cover the cost of damages if someone is accidentally injured, or you unintentionally cause an injury.
When To Talk To Your Insurance Broker?
Your broker is the best resource to assess your unique needs and determine which additional coverages may help protect you and your property. The insurance policy you purchase when you first move into your home may not be serving your current needs. Your coverage needs will change. You should always let your insurance broker know of any important updates so they can make sure you’re always fully covered.