Net Worth is the total value of all your assets including property and investments minus liabilities (what you owe).
If you prefer a lower premium and are willing to risk higher out-of-pocket expenses in the event of a claim, then you have a higher risk tolerance.
Identity Theft is a crime where a criminal assumes someone else's identity in order to profit by fraudulent means.
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Liability protects the property owner from claims arising from injuries or damage to other people or property. For example, if someone was hurt tripping on the loose brick on your front step, your liability insurance would pay (up to your coverage limits) for the injured person’s medical expenses.
The deductible is the maximum amount that you must pay toward your own losses before you can recover from the insurance company. The deductible is chosen by you, and generally, the lower the deductible, the higher the insurance premium.
Identity Fraud Expense coverage will help you recover from identity theft by reimbursing you for certain covered expenses providing coverage up to $15,000 per occurrence and up to $30,000 per policy period. As an added benefit, Liberty Mutual has an Identity Theft Crisis Resolution Center where a personal counselor will immediately notify the three national credit bureaus and provide a year of credit monitoring to prevent further losses.
Liability Coverage: No Coverage
Deductible Amount: No Coverage
Identity Theft: No Coverage