Homeowners insurance or Hazard Insurance, provides financial protection against disasters. A standard policy insures the home itself and the things you keep in it. House insurance protects your investment.
Homeowners insurance is a package policy. This means that it covers both damage to your property and your liability or legal responsibility for any injuries and property damage you or members of your family cause to other people. This includes damage caused to others by household pets.
Damage caused by most disasters is covered but there are exceptions. The most significant are damage caused by floods, earthquakes and poor maintenance. You must buy two separate policies for flood and earthquake coverage. Maintenance-related problems are the homeowners' responsibility.
Factors that determine the cost of rebuilding your home include local construction cost, the square footage of the structure, the type of exterior wall construction, the style of the house, the number of bathrooms amenities in the bathrooms, kitchen, common areas, and other rooms, the type of roofing materials, other structures on the premises, fireplaces, exterior trim, special features, and overall improvements that have added value to your home.
Banks and Mortgage companies today require you to buy: Replacement Cost Homeowners Insurance to cover the amount of your mortgage. If the limit of your insurance policy is based on your mortgage, make sure it’s enough to cover the cost to rebuild your home at today's construction costs.
Farm & Ranch Insurance
Farm and Ranch Insurance is similar to typical Homeowner’s Insurance and has many of the same coverages. In addition, Farm and Ranch insurance can also cover barns, arenas, outbuildings, structures, machinery, livestock, grain and hay. Other options are available to cover use of farm machinery and accidents caused by animals. Vogue Insurance wants your Farm & Ranch to be covered for any risks you may encounter.
If you're a renter, you may not think you need renters insurance at all.
What would happen to your belongings if:
Without renter's insurance, you've got no coverage for personal property loss or damage. Fortunately, you can get affordable renter's insurance (also called apartment insurance) to protect you in situations like these.
You should never be without Renter's Insurance, it provides protection if your personal belongings are damaged, stolen, or destroyed, and it is extremely affordable.
Auto insurance protects you against financial loss if you have an accident. It is a contract between you and the insurance company. You agree to pay the premium and the insurance company agrees to pay your losses as defined in your policy.
Auto insurance provides property, liability and medical coverage:
An auto insurance policy is comprised of six different kinds of coverage. Most states require you to buy some, but not all, of these coverages. If you're financing a car, your lender may also have requirements.
Most car insurance policies are for six months to a year. Your insurance company should notify you by mail when it’s time to renew the policy and to pay your premium.
If you already have another insurance policy with the company for home or life insurance, you might receive a discount on your auto policy. You should also mention if you or other drivers in your household have completed safe-driving courses and if student drivers in your home are getting good grades—both of these may qualify you for discounts on your auto policy.
Motorcycle insurance is a must, but what kind? What company? Liability, collision, or comprehensive?
Liability Insurance is the only coverage required by law in most states, but this level of insurance coverage may not be enough. Liability coverage only pays other people for damage you do to them, to their vehicles, or other property. Smart bikers will want to have more than just liability coverage on their motorcycle insurance.
Collision Coverage is the next level of insurance coverage. Within coverage limits, it pays for repairs to your ride and whatever you hit. Riders who have collision coverage will want to ensure that the coverage limits are high enough. Within collision coverage are more specific sections such as property, medical, etc.
Comprehensive coverage pays for situations that are not covered under liability or collision. Motorcycle theft is covered under comprehensive, as are storm damage and vandalism.
Riders should be sure that they have plenty of medical coverage, especially for themselves and passengers on their bikes. When a two-wheeler takes on a four-wheeler, it’s no contest. Collisions involving a motorcycle and an automobile usually result in severe injuries for the cyclist. The driver of the car often walks away uninjured, muttering, “I didn’t see any motorcycle.” Medical expenses add up fast for a biker who has been in a serious collision, and adequate medical coverage is important.
Bikers should have plenty of motorcycle insurance coverage to be sure all of their expenses will be paid. Some underinsured riders may be denied access to the best care, or they may find out that the insurance company will not pay for the care that they received. Adequate motorcycle insurance will ensure that a rider is protected financially in the event of an accident.
To insure an ATV with an ATV Insurance Policy, many of the same requirements to get insurance apply as they do with a Motorcycle and/or an Automobile for that matter. Having said that, All-terrain vehicle policies can cost far less. In fact, the average annual ATV policy in the world of insurance is priced to provide the rider with coverages in a range that are a small price to pay for financial well-being and peace of mind.
Recreational Vehicle Insurance, or RV Insurance, is critical because most standard automobile and homeowners policies do not cover you for liability or physical damage to your recreational vehicle. Common recreational vehicles include;
Recreational Vehicle policies cover you if you are liable for bodily injury or property damage to others as well as damage to your own vehicle. Optional additional coverage is available for your personal property.
Boat and Personal Watercraft Insurance
While some small boats might be covered by a Homeowners policy, most boats may require a separate boat insurance policy.
These may include boats such as;
The size, type and value of the craft and the water in which you use it factor into how much you will pay for insurance coverage. For physical loss or damage, coverage includes the hull, fittings, machinery, furnishings and permanently attached equipment as part of either an actual cash value policy or on an agreed amount value basis. These policies also provide broader liability protection than a homeowners policy. But there are distinct differences between the two types of policies.
Personal watercraft are not generally covered by homeowners or auto insurance, and where they are, the coverage limits can be fairly low. You may need to purchase a specifically designed policy in order to insure these vessels. If you have several personal watercraft, you may qualify for a multi-boat discount on your insurance. Additional coverage can also be purchased for trailers and other accessories.
Personal Umbrella Insurance
Even the best insurance policy can fall short at times. Personal Umbrella/Excess Liability coverage is meant to offer additional coverage after your homeowner or auto policy benefits have been exhausted. Personal Umbrella insurance may cover claims that are not covered by your primary insurance policies. Excess Liability insurance can cover you against personal liability claims that put your assets at risk. Vogue Insurancewill work with you to determine what types of additional risk your family may be vulnerable to and find the right policies for you and your budget.
Available Umbrella/Liability Coverages include:
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