But what happens if that valuable item is lost, stolen or destroyed?
A basic homeowner's or renter's policy (if you have one) typically only covers up to $1,500 worth of bling — like jewelry, watches, furs, precious and semiprecious stones — from theft.
The best way to protect your jewelry, and other valuable items is with a personal articles floater. This can be written as a stand alone policy or endorsed onto your homeowner’s or renter’s policy. And, it's not expensive!
A floater can also cover specifically described and insured valuables including furs, cameras, musical instruments and equipment, silverware, golf equipment, antiques, fine arts, memorabilia, souvenirs, and collections.
Protect the objects of your love with a personal articles floater. Contact Connecticut Insurance Exchange today by email or call 860 666-5443. You'll be glad you did.
Have a Happy Valentine's Day!