Whether you are renting an apartment or a home, you will find it extremely beneficial to buy an insurance policy that covers your belongings and yourself from all kinds of risks. While your landlord may have property insurance, this often only covers losses to the building or the property itself. To get coverage for your personal properties and other liabilities, you need a renter's insurance that you will have to find and pay for yourself. Don't underestimate the value of your belongings. Adding up the value of your personal assets can easily get you thousands of dollars. Liability is also one of the most overlooked aspects of acquiring insurance. Many don't realize that if someone gets injured in your house, they could sue for damages. Here are other good reasons why you should get a renter's insurance while living in Las Vegas:

  • It will not set you back as much. Renter's insurance policies are affordable. On the average, it will only cost you at least $187 per year, as per the National Association of Insurance Commissioners. Actual costs depend on factors like the amount of coverage you need, the type of insurance you choose, the amount of deductibles, as well as the location where you live.


  • As earlier said, renter's insurance policies cover losses to your personal property. This means you can be covered against damage caused by aircraft and vehicles, explosions, falling objects, riot or civil commotion, fire or lightning, smoke, theft, volcanic eruption, vandalism, malicious mischief, windstorm, hail, weight of ice, and water damage, among others.
  • Landlords also often require insurance coverage for their tenants. This also protects them from liabilities that may occur in their property, thus shifting responsibility away from them. Just the same, many landlords are generous enough to help you acquire insurance. Otherwise, there are many ways by which you can easily find good coverage for yourself.
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