Protect Your Valuables with a Personal Articles Policy
Did you know that your most treasured possessions may not be fully protected by your homeowners or renters insurance? While your policy may offer great coverage, it may require deductibles and have coverage limitations. Make sure your valuables are adequately covered against theft, accidental damage, or loss, by adding a State Farm® Personal Articles Policy.
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Items that May be Covered by a Personal Articles Policy
- Collectibles (such as dolls, model trains, sports cards, comic books, and stamp and coin collections)
- Computer equipment and software (personal use only)
- Fine art (such as oriental rugs and paintings)
- Hearing aids and medical devices (such as insulin pumps, hearing implants, and artificial eyes and limbs)
- Musical instruments
- Sports equipment
Coverage applies anywhere in the world. When you go on vacation, items such as jewelry and cameras are covered (fine art items are only covered within the United States and Canada).
Replacement Cost Coverage
We'll pay the cost to repair or replace your property, without deduction for depreciation. The policy insures against theft and accidental direct physical damage to covered property with only a few limitations and exclusions.
Generally there is no deductible, although deductibles are available if desired.
Broad Pair and Set Coverage
You will be covered for the full amount needed to replace an item of jewelry that may be part of a pair or set. For example, a pair of earrings would qualify for this coverage.
The amount of coverage is automatically adjusted annually based on the Consumer Product inflation index. Valuable items should be professionally reappraised regularly.
Wedding Present Coverage
Coverage for wedding presents may be added by endorsement. This endorsement provides temporary coverage to protect your gifts (coverage applies for 90 days after the wedding or until the policy expires (whichever is shorter)). Refer to the policy for a complete description of Losses Not Insured.
If you have questions about coverage, contact a State Farm agent.
This page contains only a general description of coverages and is not a contract. Details of coverage, coverage limits, optional coverages or services may vary in some states. All coverages are subject to the terms, provisions, exclusions, and conditions in the policy itself and in any endorsements.