Parenting, Risks, and Liability Insurance Coverage When you take your turn in carpooling or have children over for a play date or sleepover, you may not consider that you may be legally or financially liable if a child is injured on your property, in your car, or in your care. In order to put safety and protection first, it's a good idea to understand potential risks and how you can make sure you're covered in case of accidents that involve guests in your home or passengers in your car.
We've tapped Liberty Mutual reps to try to answer some of the most commonly asked questions about insurance policies. Condo insurance is a topic that often brings up some of those questions such as: do I need condo insurance on top of my condo association's policy? And what does condo insurance cover?
Renting your first apartment is a huge life milestone, and it's likely one of the first big financial commitments you'll make when you move out on your own. So, where to begin? Start with this five-point beginner's guide to your first apartment rental.