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Providing coverage against financial loss from accidents and theft, auto insurance is mandatory in most states.
Commercial insurance covers businesses’ injury claims, liability claims, workers’ compensation, and more.
Homeowners insurance covers losses and damage to an individual’s dwelling and assets in the home.
Life insurance is a contract between a person and an insurance company. The person pays the company a monthly premium, and their beneficiaries get a lump sum when they die to replace the lost income and cover debts.
Pet insurance is a health care policy that reimburses pet owners for covered veterinary costs.
Renters insurance provides liability protection and coverage for the loss or destruction of personal belongings.
Vision insurance can reduce eye care expenses to cover the costs associated with an annual exam, prescription glasses, and contact lenses.
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