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Renter's Insurance Bolder, Personal & Business Insurance

EXPERIENCE THE BOLDER DIFFERENCE

If you live in a rented condominium, apartment, or home, you need to protect yourself and your property from the unexpected. The owner’s or landlord's insurance policy WILL NOT pay to replace your belongings. Their insurance covers the building, not your personal property.

That’s where renter’s insurance comes in. Renters insurance is a smart choice for safeguarding yourself in the event of theft, sewer backup damage, fire and more. With renters insurance from Bolder Insurance, we are an independent insurance agency, so we have dozens of companies to compare, so you get a policy that suites your budget and lifestyle.

Coverages

PERSONAL PROPERTY

Personal property coverage can help ensure that if something happens and you need to repair or replace your belongings, you’re covered. If there’s a loss, we’ll pay the cost to repair or replace, up the actual cash value of your damaged or stolen property.

Replacement cost coverage, which will cover you if something happens and you need to repair or replace your property. Our policies don’t deduct for depreciation (up to your coverage amount). This applies to any improvements, additions, or alterations you made to your rental unit at your own expense.

PERSONAL LIABILITY & MEDICAL EXPENSE

Personal liability protection provides $300,000 of coverage (or more, if you choose) to pay for damages related to bodily injury and property damage if you are at fault or negligent. For example, If someone is hurt when they’re in your rental unit. In addition, it also covers property damage to others that you’re held responsible for, such as, you accidently hit a golfball thru someone's window. And, if you’re sued for those injuries or damages we’ll also cover your legal defense costs.

Medical expense covers medical payments to others due to a covered loss, regardless of your legal responsibility.

LOSS OF USE

In the event where your rental property isn’t fit to live in, the loss of use coverage could apply. Loss of use coverage, or "additional living expenses ", covers any additional living expenses, meaning any necessary expense that exceeds what you normally spend. . Examples of expenses typically covered include the cost of hotel, food bills in excess of normal grocery/restaurant bills, cooking supplies and the cost of moving property into storage.

"They always find the best coverage and rates for our family." Bob Conklin, Personal Insurance Customer

As an independent insurance advisor, Bolder Insurance can give our customers the ability to compare rates and policies from over a dozen insurance companies, so they can be sure to get the right coverage at the best rate. Get started with the links below, or call us at 303-449-9595 to set up a consultation with a Bolder team member.

303-449-9595

This is not a policy. For a complete statement of coverages and exclusions, please see the policy contract.

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