Items a Personal Articles Policy may protect
Anything that isn’t permanently attached to your home, or your property is most likely considered personal property. Personal articles coverage may offer broader coverage than your existing homeowner’s policy, helping ensure you can repair or replace those items you value (and even those you don’t).
Personal property doesn’t have to be in your home to be protected by your policy. Your coverage travels with you — whether you’re enjoying the vacation of your dreams or running weekly errands.
What a Personal Articles Policy doesn’t cover
While coverage protects your personal property for many loss situations, there are some exceptions. Your items outlined in your policy will help you understand details about your personal property coverage.