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Valuables Insurance

Jewelry, art, collections, firearms

Coverage for your valued possessions may be limited on your homeowners, condominium or renters policies. Typically, your policy will have limits on the dollar amount and the type of loss that can be recovered for a valuable item. With Valuables Insurance you will have the protection you need in the event of a loss because of theft, accident or natural disaster.

A Johnson Insurance agent will work with you to identify your valuables and provide advice on the additional coverage you may need. Our experienced agents have built relationships with leading insurance companies to help ensure your most valued treasures are fully insured.

Coverage for Your Valuables Homeowners, Condominium
or Renters Policy
Valuables Insurance
Varies per policy. Check your policy or contact your agent to learn what your policy covers. Limits on dollar amounts and types of losses
Example: Typical jewelry coverage is approximately $3,000.
Gives you higher limits and coverage due to theft, accident or natural disaster

Personal Inventory Tips

With the fluctuating prices of precious metals, it is important to obtain current appraisals. Make sure your agent has the up‐to‐date values so your most important possessions are covered with the values you want.

Document what you own with photos or video and keep these records in a secure, off‐site location, such as a safe deposit box. Our agents can talk with you about inventory options.


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