Can you get renters insurance if you have had a bankruptcy?
Yes, in most cases your credit history can not be the sole basis for rejection of coverage. Your claims history and animals will be the biggest determining factor in whether you get coverage or not.
Chances are: no. Renters insurance covers your personal property and liability and not your landlords. As such they would have little reason to provide insurance on your behalf. Luckily, renters insurance is usually very easy to obtain and even more affordable. A quick google search for renters insurance will direct you to plenty of sites that can assist you with obtaining a policy.
Renters insurance is insurance purchased by renters to protect their personal property in situations of fire, theft, water damage, or any other unforseen circumstance not covered by the landlord's policy. Renters insurance also helps protect renters against personal liability if someone is hurt, whether in the home or away from it, and damage to the rental unit caused by a covered loss.
No, Renters insurance is coverage specific to household property or contents owned by the named insured. It does not cover the property of others and it does not cover automobiles. Neither Renters insurance nor Homeowners insurance will cover damage to an automobile. That's what auto Insurance is for.
Unlike auto insurance, there is no state law in California that requires a renter to carry insurance. However, there is a growing trend of Landlords requiring their tenants to carry renters insurance as a part of their lease agreement. Regardless of whether or not your landlord requires you to maintain insurance I would recommend looking into obtaining a renters policy for yourself. Renters insurance is usually very cheap in California. Many renters policies not only…
Renters insurance is definitely worth getting. Most agents or brokers from whom homeowners insurance can be purchased can also write renters insurance. As for renters insurance being shared... since you are renting the premises, renters insurance covers contents only (not the structure of the building). The policy that you buy will specify the meetes and bounds of what is covered. It is important that you list on the application or other document tendered by the…
Your renters insurance quotes do not depend solely on your region (Los Angeles) but a number of other factors, most importantly: which valuable items that you own do you want to insure with personal property coverage? Here is an informative article I found on how to find affordable renters insurance anywhere in the country: http://www.insuranceagents.com/free-renters-quotes.html