With over 1200 mobile home parks in the state of Kentucky, it is clear that residents here see the value in living in mobile or manufactured housing. While mobile home insurance has some similarities to traditional homeowners insurance, there are some notable differences because of the unique needs and concerns of a mobile home.
Types of Coverage
There are two basic types of mobile home insurance coverage: personal liability and physical damage. These are very similar to the coverage options with traditional homeowners.
Personal liability protects you as the
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Experts recommend that policyholders review their policies at least once a year. Throughout the year, there may be changes in the company policies, procedures, or coverage limits. There may be changes in your own life which require you to change your coverage.
Each year, reading through your homeowners, auto, and life insurance policies is the best way to ensure
Long-term care insurance is often overlooked as “unnecessary” or “superfluous” insurance coverage. Most adults assume they will live a long and healthy life and will live in their home without additional help forever. Considering the possibility of an assisted living, retirement facility, or in-home health care is incompressible to many aging adults.
These myths can cause financial devastation to the individual and to their family and friends who are often left with the burden of expensive caretaking responsibilities. The Insurance Information Institute debunks many of the common Long-term care
When disaster strikes, many homeowners work off of pure adrenaline and emotion when filing and dealing with homeowner’s claims. From a leaky pipe to a four-alarm fire, it is important to deal with insurance claims correctly in order to receive a fair settlement. Here are some of the most basic mistakes to avoid when filing an insurance claim.
Don’t Be Vague:
Saying, “My TV is busted” does not give the insurance company adequate information to provide coverage. Your insurer needs to know exactly what has been damaged or stolen.
According to the U.S. Department of Justice, burglary is nearly 80% more common among rentals such as apartment, condos, and rental homes. Still, less than half of renters carry adequate renters insurance. Generally, most renters believe that it is the landlord’s responsibility to provide adequate protection for the tenants.
This is not the case and for the millions of individuals and families who are renting an apartment or condo, they are left at high risk of loss. Understanding the basics of renter’s insurance can help renters to protect themselves.
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