Homeowners Liability Insurance

While you expect accidents to happen at home, you typically do not expect anyone to file to claim an injury on our property.  This happens more often than you may think, and Homeowners Liability is the best way to protect an unexpected claim.  Such an incident can negatively affect your finances, your house and anything else you own that can be labeled as compensation.  As a property owner, you could be held fully responsible for injuries to others that occur due to hazardous conditions such as poor lighting, floor hazards, or falls resulting from snow or ice. 

With a Homeowners Liability policy from Lions & Coventry Insurance Services, you can ensure the security of your finances and the safety of your family in the event of an accident.  For serious injuries including casualties, you may be responsible for paying expensive medical bills and even court fees if you are sued.  This policy works to protect you in a variety of situations including:

  • Claims for property damage
  • Claims for injury to others (either on or off the premises)
  • Liability defense costs
  • Medical expenses for injuries to others

Having the proper Homeowners Liability Insurance for your home will prepare you for future accidents and help preserve your hard-earned assets and finances. Talk with a representative from Lions & Coventry Insurance Services to determine the right amount of coverage to keep you protected today.

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