Buying insurance is the most common way that people manage risk and loss. There are many different ways to buy insurance. With so many sources of information and policies available, deciding what to purchase can be difficult, especially when it comes to comparing price and coverage.
Even if you purchase insurance, owning insurance is more than just paying the premium. It also means knowing what coverage the policy offers, should you experience a loss.
The following resources can help ensure that you have the protection you need, when you need it.
Give Yourself an Insurance Check-up — It's valuable to know your insurance coverage in case of disaster, both large and small! Transcript and audio (1:59)
Ways to Lower Homeowners Insurance — The price you pay for homeowners insurance can vary by hundreds of dollars, depending on the insurance company you choose. Transcript and audio (1:56)
Home Insurance Claims — Provides an overview on making claims on your home insurance policy.
Other Recommended Resources
Meeting Your Insurance Needs — Insurance is the primary way you protect yourself against financial loss caused by illness, accidents, and other destructive or damaging events.
Health Insurance — Ensure you have the protection for your health that you need, before you need it.
Preparing for Disaster — Do you have a plan for what to do if your home floods or a tornado strikes? We can help you prepare!
Disaster Recovery — Offers families resources following a disaster. Includes the Recovery After Disaster: The Family Financial Toolkit.
Insurance — Minnesota Department of Commerce — The "go to" source for insurance information for Minnesotans. Information on consumer alerts, auto and leisure, home and property, medical and health, and more.