Living in a condo in Longwood, FL is a great way to experience the great location and sunny weather without having the additional responsibilities of someone in a house who has to take care of other property duties. Roommates can share expenses and help in other ways. Sometimes bad things happen, even in the best of circumstances, and you want to make sure you can recover from a setback.
Hopefully, you already have an insurance policy to protect your condo in the event of a fire or theft. The policy you obtained through Express Insurance will help you when you experience an unforeseen circumstance. It will cover your property, including appliances, furniture, and personal possessions.
An insurance policy is basically a contract. Your own policy has your name and information and is a contract between you and the insurance company. You provide your insurance premiums to the insurance company, and they help by providing coverage when you have a loss. Anyone who is not a party is not protected by it. Even your children will be listed on your contract so they can be protected.
Your roommate, unless he or she is on the policy by name, is not a party and will receive no coverage. That means if there is a fire or theft, the property is not covered. If someone sues your roommate for an incident at the condo, the insurance company will not provide legal counsel or help to pay damages. And if the property becomes unlivable for whatever reason, the insurance will not assist your roommate in finding a temporary place to stay.
If you have a roommate in your Longwood, FL condo, make sure they have the protection they need. Call Express Insurance today for a free quote.