Landlord Liability Insurance

Landlord Liability Insurance

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Renting out your property is not without risks

Your rental property is a valuable investment. However, as a landlord, you are also exposed to financial and legal risks on a daily basis, threatening your source of income.

For instance, landlords could be held liable for injuries that occur on their property or be required to pay for damage to someone else's. Additionally, vandalism or natural disasters may severely harm your investment without adequate protection.

Landlord liability insurance coverage can help mitigate these risks.

What is Landlord Liability Insurance?

Landlord liability insurance helps you pay the medical bills of injured tenants, or cover legal expenses and court judgments made against you for other damages within the limitations of your policy. Coverage may include:

  • Tenant injuries 
  • Proper security for your tenants 
  • Unlawful behavior by tenants 
  • General Liability 
  • Fair Rental Value Coverage 
  • Inflation Protection 
  • Personal Injury Protection 
  • Lock replacement 

Discounts for Landlords

You may qualify for discounts for your landlord insurance policies, including:

  • Multiple policies
  • New/renovated homes
  • And more

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Worried about the cost?

We understand the needs of landlords in South Florida. Ask your insurance agent about:

  • Monthly payment options 
  • Coverage of staff
  • Claims responsiveness 
  • Tailored coverage

We Understand Rental Properties in Florida

At Family Insurance Services, we know what may work for one Florida landlord, won’t necessarily work for you. Give us a call today, to learn more about our Florida landlord insurance policies. One of our knowledgeable insurance agents would be happy to provide you with a thorough coverage evaluation and provide you with a free Florida landlord insurance quote!

Insurance coverage cannot be bound or changed via submission of any online form/application provided on this site or otherwise. No binder, insurance policy, change, addition, and/or deletion to insurance coverage goes into effect unless and until confirmed directly by a licensed agent.