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Renters Insurance

Just because you don’t own the property you live in, doesn’t mean that your valuables shouldn’t be insured. Did you know that your personal property isn’t covered under your landlord’s insurance policy? Renters insurance helps to make sure your prized possessions are covered when you’re renting your home.

At Farmers we realize that your belongings are just as important as a homeowner’s belongings. Our renters policy provides coverage for your household contents and personal belongings.

Furthermore, in the event someone is injured at your place, you could be held legally liable for the injury. Our renters policy provides personal liability coverage should this ever occur.

As a Farmers customer you have access to HelpPoint, a unique claims service that has been recognized by JD Power three years in a row for providing an “outstanding customer service experience.” You can call HelpPoint® for immediate assistance, 24/7, free of charge.

Best of all, you get a Farmers Agent who specializes in Home & Renter’s Insurance who can answer your questions about the policy and its coverage, discounts you may qualify for and deductibles you may choose. Most importantly, your Farmers agent can help you choose the coverage you want with flexible payment terms you can live with.

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Standard Coverage


  • Your Possessions

    You choose the amount of coverage based on the property you own.

    Personal property is covered anywhere in the world.

    Coverage is on a named-peril basis, which means that only losses resulting from causes listed in the policy are covered (subject to exclusions).

  • Liability

    Pays when you’re legally liable for someone else’s bodily injury or property damage resulting from an accident, negligent acts by you or qualified household members (on or off premises) and the acts of your pets anywhere in the United States.

    Includes costs to resolve claims or defend lawsuits brought against you.

  • Medical Payments

    Pays medical costs for people injured at your residence (other than residents of your household), regardless of liability.

  • Additional Living Expenses

    Covers additional living expenses if a covered loss makes your living quarters uninhabitable.

    Coverage is based on a percentage of the amount of insurance you choose for your personal property.



Common Question


What if a pipe bursts and water flows all over the place?

Typically, homeowners insurance covers you for accidental discharge of water from a plumbing system. It’s a good safety precaution to check your plumbing and heating systems once a year.