Did you know your landlord’s insurance usually only covers the building you live in and common areas? As a renter, you need to protect your belongings and yourself in case someone is injured while visiting or there is a lawsuit. A CIG Renters policy provides property and liability coverage for you and your family. You can also expand your coverage to protect your home office, sports equipment, jewelry, art, antiques, and other valuables.
A CIG Agent can review your policy and help make sure you have the right coverage for your unique lifestyle.
CIG offers flexible coverage options for additional property, risk and liability protection not covered under your basic renter policy. For an additional premium, you can protect valuables like jewelry, fine art or golf clubs. You can also buy extra coverage for a home office, a small boat or if you live in an earthquake-prone area. Our Renter and Homeowner policies also come with complimentary identity theft protection.
Not sure what’s covered under your renter’s policy? Contact a CIG Agent to discuss your options and help determine what optional coverages are right for you and your family.
If you own items that have an exceptionally high value, exceeding the limits of your homeowners insurance, you may be able to individually insure them for a small additional premium with no deductible.
Think about what you have invested in your home office: equipment, electronic data, software, files, furniture, and more. Can you afford to replace damaged or destroyed business property? Make sure you’re covered.
From your backyard to the front nine, add a stroke of extra protection to your CIG Renters policy by adding CIG Golf Equipment Coverage. You invest a lot of time and money into your game, so we know you want to be covered in case of a disaster.
Saving is easy when you bundle your policies! Take advantage of big discounts when you combine your CIG Renters coverage into a CIG Rent+Auto™ account. You’ll also qualify for a convenient, consolidated billing account with an option for combining both policies into a single, easy-to-manage monthly installment plan.