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Atrium Insurance Group

6970 S Holly Cir #104
Centennial, CO 80112

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Renters insurance FAQs

Centennial is a great place to live. Located about 16 miles southeast of Denver, it has excellent schools, and 16% of the population comprises renters. Renters insurance is often overlooked and leaves renters without protection if a disaster strikes. At Atrium insurance Group in Centennial, CO, we have been in business for more than 30 years and believe in providing our customers with the most choices at the best prices.

Doesn’t my landlord’s insurance cover me?

No, your landlord probably has insurance on the building, but that does not protect you. They have liability insurance covering the exterior of the property, but that won’t help you if someone is hurt inside your home or by a member of your family away from home. 

Will renters insurance replace my possessions if I lose them in a fire?

Yes, contents is one of the coverages offered by rental insurance, and fire is a covered peril. You can choose to have actual cash value coverage or replacement cost coverage. With actual cash value, depreciation is taken into account, so you may not receive enough actually to replace an item at today’s cost. 

If my phone is stolen from my car, is it covered? 

Yes, your personal possessions are covered when you are traveling away from home with them. Keep in mind there is a deductible attached to your renters’ policy, and depending on how high it is and the type of coverage you have opted for, you may not collect anything. A three-year-old phone and a $500 deductible will not provide the coverage you think it will unless you have replacement cost. 

Do I need liability coverage as a renter?

Yes, you do if you have any assets. 

If you consider renters insurance, give us a call at Atrium insurance Group in Centennial, CO, or stop by our office.

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