Why You Need Renter’s Insurance

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

A homeowner’s insurance policy protects those who own their own house in the event of a tragedy, theft, or any other unforeseen incident.  Those individuals who rent instead of owning a home, renter’s insurance exists to offer the very same protections.  People whom of which live in apartment buildings are not usually required to have insurance, though in many cases it is a very good idea to have it. The owner of the building may have an insurance policy which offers some protection in the event of fire or theft, but that policy will not cover one’s personal belongings. Renters who possess valuable belongings should consider purchasing a renter’s policy in order to protect themselves. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus http://greggmarcus.com/about/ explains the importance of renter’s insurance and the options available for purchase.

Most renters will indeed require an insurance policy. Financial compensation is given in the event personal belongings are destroyed, stolen, or damaged in any way shape or form.  Renters may have inexpensive items that can be easily replaced. And other renters may just simply not care about having to spend extra money to replace their belongings in the event of an accident, although this group of renters tends to be a small one.

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Tips for Finding and Insuring a New Apartment

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

If you are searching around for a new apartment, there are many options for finding a nice place, though you must be willing to do a bit of legwork. As with most things in life the more hard work you put in to researching, shopping and previewing the better your chances of finding a great place to live. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus  will explain the best ways to go about searching and properly insuring a new apartment and lay out some helpful tips regarding the apartment hunting business.

You need to first give yourself plenty of time to do an adequate search for your new residence. You should be well aware of your moving time frame. There should be absolutely no reason that you do not spend a few months shopping for places to live. A recommended time to start looking is two or three months prior to your current lease ending, before you know it, you’ll have to relocate for one reason or another.

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Confusing Insurance Terms Explained

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

Many people upon receiving an insurance policy renewal of any sort often find that many insurance terms are confusing and indefinable.  Of course those in the business itself have little to any trouble conceiving the long and tedious contracts. If you don’t ask for explanations of specific terms and concepts there is an assumption that you understand them, many of these terms are quite befuddling to the layperson.  In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcuswill define and elaborately clarify many confusing insurance terms and conditions.

Two very common phrases often uttered throughout an insurance policy are replacement cost and market value; this is of course when referring to a homeowner’s insurance policy. Replacement cost and market value are affected by the fluctuations in the economy, including the costs of labor and other materials or housing demands. Often the market value of a home will be a bit higher than the replacement costs or vice versa.

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Reasons to Get Renter’s Insurance

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

Many people these days are anti-insurance and view policies as being a hustle intended to divest ones hard earned money due to the slight probability that something might happen to harm you or your possessions. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcuswill explain why it is vital to take out a renter’s insurance policy even in the unlikely event of a disaster occurring.

Thievery is obviously an awful occurrence, unfortunately it exists and it is at often times difficult to prevent. It is common that even individuals you trust and welcome into your home may take advantage of your kindness and possibly walk out with an item or two of yours. It is circumstances such as this that you should possess a form of insurance to protect your valuables. An average renter’s insurance policy will layout what specific items are covered as well as their costs.

To read this post in it’s entirety, click here to visit the Gregg Marcus official website.


Tips for Dealing with a Denied Claim

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

It goes without saying that in any event in which you submit a claim against your homeowner’s insurance policy, your insurer has the right to deny it.  When dealing with a denied claims you will at often times become frustrated, confused or even frightened, as this is, as with any insurance arrangement, incredibly stressful, though you by no means have to accept no for an answer and leave it at that, as a customer you possess the right to fight back. It should be known that most denied claims cases are simply errors or miscommunications, claims denials could also represent fraud. If you truly believe you are not getting what you paid for and feel your insurance company is not keeping up their end of your agreement you should not quit until justice prevails.  In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcuswill explain what steps you must take after having an insurance claim denied.

Initially, the first thing you should do is review the denial. An insurance company can’t simply deny your claim because they don’t feel like dealing with you, as a contracted customer you are entitled to be covered by the insurer with only a few exceptions. Once an insurance company denies your claim, they must provide a reason, be sure to go over this reason and make sure you understand their comprehension.

 

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Factors that May Affect Your Insurance Policies

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

Most people do not spend a majority of their time contemplating their insurance policies.  There are a number of events that may occur in your life in which you may need to contact your insurance broker and discuss how they affect your policy.  Many people do not seek assistance after these instances which are volatile to one’s insurance plan.  In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus discusses the distinctive factors that occur in your life which determine your insurance payments. These factors include the number of drivers in your household, marriage or divorce, moving into a new home, or acquiring a new job.

Number of Drivers

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What You Need to Know about Renter’s Insurance

Here is an excerpt from a new blog post at GreggMarcus.com:

Renter’s insurance offers protection from life’s unpredictable events. Many renters assume that they are covered under your landlord’s insurance policy, but often that is not the case.  A landlord’s insurance policy usually only covers damage to the building itself, not the residents actual possessions. Renter’s insurance ensures that you can protect your own belongings from a disastrous situation. A Renter’s insurance policy typically covers the losses of your personal possessions; this is similar to a homeowner’s policy for those you have their own house, though it does not cover the damage of the building you live in; that is your landlord’s concern. In this post, Long Island Insurance Executive, Gregg S. Marcus will explain the importance or renter’s insurance and what a typical policy will cover.

A renter’s insurance policy will cover the costs of replacing personal items that are stolen, damaged, or destroyed due to an incident.  The types of disasters that are typically covered are things such as fire or lightning, windstorms, riots, smoke, vandalism, or theft. These tragedies would not be covered under the landlord’s homeowner’s policy and you would be left on your own to replace anything that was lost or damaged. It should be noted that renter’s insurance does not usually cover earthquakes or flood, additional policies specific to these disasters must be purchased.

To read this post in it’s entirety, click here to visit the Gregg Marcus official website.