Personal Property Articles
You don’t have to be Paris Hilton to worry about asset protection. Whether it is only a laptop you have to your name, or a beat-up Volkswagen, or a couple of silverware Aunt Ethel had bequeathed to you as she breathed her last, protect your possession with personal property insurance. After all, you never know when you could fall victim to theft. Make sure you can recover if not the full amount of your loss then at least a portion of it by getting personal property insurance. The articles in this section are all about personal property insurance from the different types to the regulations governing each.
Displaying 1-9 of 9 result(s).Principles Of InsurancePosted by Michael Johnson. Published on Mar 02, 2010 Insurance can be defined as money or an amount that could be given in exchange of one entity to another, in exchange for a premium which could be a guarantee for a devastating loss. Equipment Liability – What If A Forklift Crashes Into Your Vending Machine?Posted by Joe Nichols. Published on Oct 22, 2009 Proper handling of equipment damage incidents starts at the time of placement. Accidents, vandalism and theft will happen, so I discuss these issues during the sales process and negotiate terms for dealing with them. You need to be comfortable with the placement terms. Generally, our company carries most of the liability – unless malice is involved. Reasons Why You Need Unoccupied Property Insurance PolicyPosted by Sanjana Antony. Published on Oct 13, 2009 Most often that not, people leave their property to go on a long vacation or for a business trip only to come back and find it ransacked. They are not aware of the insurance policy for unoccupied property. Why Home Insurance Won't Replace Gadget InsurancePosted by Emily Frost. Published on Aug 22, 2009 Home insurance is very useful and can keep your home safe from many types of damage, including damage from storms, leaking appliances and roofs, some types of theft, and much more. However, contrary to popular belief, it does not necessarily cover any loss of valuables such as laptops, iPods or MP3 players, mobile phones, Sav Navs, and expensive cameras. Do I Insure A Diamond Engagement Ring And If So, How?Posted by Edward Calderazzo. Published on May 27, 2009 This article is about insuring a diamond engagement ring. Included is how to insure the ring, an approximate cost and what paper work will be needed. How To Arrange Cheap Contents InsurancePosted by David H Thomson. Published on May 11, 2009 Losing the treasured contents of your home is a stressful experience, whether it is due to fire, flood or theft. This means it is important that families ensure they have some form of protection in place so that they can claim a payout to cover the cost of what they have lost due to an unfortunate event. Asset Protection – Personal Property Is An Asset Worth ProtectingPosted by Wolfgang O. Published on Mar 07, 2009 Most of us think of assets as real property, investments, vehicles, savings accounts and so on. While those are valuable and it only makes sense to protect ourselves by protecting our assets, many of us do not think of our personal property as a big asset, and we don't protect ourselves against their loss beyond taking out a homeowner's or renter's insurance policy. It is true that pennies make dollars, and the value of all our personal property–clothes, furniture, kitchenware, appliances, collections, electronics, and so forth–is probably more than we think. The "contents Depreciation" Trap And How To Escape ItPosted by Russell Longcore. Published on Feb 13, 2009 Do you know how to escape from the trap of incorrect depreciation of your insurance claim? You will when you read and take action on this article. Mobile Phone Insurance Becomes Increasingly ImportantPosted by Norman A Bates. Published on Nov 27, 2008 Gone have the days of just sending and receiving calls, mobile phones have become very sophisticated and have the latest technology available. Their demand has increased no end over the last few years and the next few years will continue in the same way. The newer phones on the market have increased in price due the added technology, hence the cost of losing or damaging your mobile phone has increased that's why insurance it has been more recommended. Use of this web site constitutes acceptance of the Terms Of Use and Privacy Policy | User published content is licensed under a Creative Commons License.Copyright © 2007 – 2010 by, All Rights Reserved.