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14567 N Outer 40
Suite 300
Chesterfield, MO 63017

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Does My Condo Insurance Cover Theft Of Property?

We know you have a lot of questions about your condo insurance. At Medinsure Group, we dedicate ourselves to answering your questions and making sure that you understand everything there is to know about your insurance product. Located in Chesterfield, MO, we welcome your business as well as your interest in the various types of insurance that we offer.

Condo Insurance is written as a specific instrument to protect your vulnerability as regards your condominium purchase. Your agent will speak with you about the various types of protection that you require as your condominium insurance policy is being crafted.  It is not in automatic facet of your condo insurance to cover theft of property. In order to have theft, the property includes in your condo policy you’d have to discuss it with your agent. In fact, the insurance product gets extremely specific if that’s what you require. If you own certain items that are of great monetary value and you want to make certain that they are protected you can stipulate that in your policy.  

The insurance line is called a personal property coverage item.  Some comprehensive coverage policies will cover theft but you must make certain with an agent. Condominium insurance generally covers anywhere from $100,000 to $500,000 as a generic range. That’s why it’s so important to contact a professional agent to add any personal property that you may want to protect to your policy. Your condominium and your lifestyle are not generic. Therefore, we welcome the opportunity to give you the particular insurance lines that you need on your specifically crafted condominium insurance policy. 

Medinsure Group can be contacted at 877-403-8584. Call us today to find out exactly what’s necessary to assure your condo is fully protected. If you are in the Chesterfield, MO area.  feel free to stop in today. 

Does Boat Insurance Cover Pets on Board?

Keeping your Pets Safe on the Water with Boat Insurance

Boat insurance covers more than you might imagine, and you might be able to get some money to help cover the medical expenses of pets that are injured in a collision while on your boat. For those that live in the Chesterfield, MO area, or around the state, the agents with Medinsure Group can help you find the policy that works best for you.

When it comes to pets and having them on board with you while you are boating, there are certain risks that you take. There is no way to specifically cover pets that are on board with you when you have an accident, but you may be able to get more in terms of liability coverage. You can then use that money to help pay for your pets medical costs. There is no right way to insure a pet specifically on a boat. If you are going to be boating very often with your pet on board, you may want to look into a pet insurance policy to help cover the costs of any issues that you have to take on.

For the most part, your boat policy is going to be geared toward paying the medical costs of people that were in the accident, the cost of repairing or replacing the boat or boats in question, and sometimes a monetary settlement as a result of a liability policy. If you have a pet that you are going to be boating with often, it is always best to look into more specific policies, even if it is a different type of insurance all together.

For those that live in the Chesterfield, MO area or around the state, the agents with Medinsure Group can help you find the policy that works best for you and your boat.

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