1. Homeowners Insurance
This type of insurance provides coverage for damage to a house or other real estate property, including losses from theft, fire, or natural disasters.
2. Auto Insurance
The auto insurance policy covers losses related to the ownership and operation of a vehicle, including liability for injury and property damage as well as repair costs for owned vehicles if they are damaged in an accident.
3. Health Insurance
Health insurance can help cover medical expenses due to injury or illness by providing financial protection against potentially large unexpected healthcare bills.
4. Life Insurance
Life insurance can provide financial protection for your family in the event of your death, replacing lost income and covering funeral costs.
5. Disability Insurance
Disability insurance can provide financial protection if you are unable to work due to injury or illness, replacing lost income and covering medical expenses.
6. Umbrella Insurance
Umbrella insurance provides additional liability coverage on top of existing policies for situations where the limit of your other policies has been exceeded.
7. Long-Term Care Insurance
Long-term care insurance can help cover the costs of a range of long-term care services in case you need assistance with daily living activities and health needs.
8. Property & Casualty Insurance
Property & casualty insurance protects individuals and businesses from losses related to their property such as buildings, automobiles, or inventory, as well as general liability for accidents that may occur on the property.