Renters Insurance policyholders can transfer their policy to their new rental property. Simply login and click moving in the main navigation under "my policy" section. If you purchased a home, you may cancel your policy on our site.
Condominium insurance policyholders can change their address or request policy cancellation by contacting us.
Liability coverage provides protection for you if you are responsible for damages to another resident's property. Most communities require residents to purchase liability coverage. This requirement ensures that your entire residential community will be protected regardless of who is at fault for damages.
If you had a Personal Property loss, submit the a listing of the items you are claiming online. Also, provide your police or fire report, and proof of ownership as soon as you have it available. This will helps the adjuster get started on your claim right away.
As with all insurance policies, certain limitations apply. Your policy has a reduced coverage amount on items like money, gold, jewelry, watches, and other personal belongings. Please refer to Section I of your policy documents for further details.
No - Section I Exclusions - we do not insure for loss caused directly or indirectly by power failure, meaning the failure of power or other utility service if the failure takes place off the residence premise.
Assurant is the holding company for various underwriting entities that provide renters insurance. In all states, except Georgia and Minnesota, Renters Insurance and Residents Liability Insurance are underwritten by American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida with its home office in Miami, Florida. In Minnesota, the underwriter is American Security Insurance Company. In Georgia, Residents Liability is underwritten by Voyager Indemnity Insurance Company. In Texas, policies sold prior to February 15, 2018, are underwritten by Ranchers and Farmers Mutual Insurance Company for property coverage. Starting February 15, 2018, all policies are underwritten by American Bankers Insurance Company of Florida.
Each insurer has sole financial responsibility for its own products.