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How much does your current policy cover?

Valuables Insurance

Gives you higher limits and coverage due to theft, accident or natural disaster.

Coverage for Your Valuables

Varies per policy. Check your policy or contact your agent to learn what your policy covers.

Homeowners, Condominium or Renters Policy

Limits on dollar amounts and types of losses.
Example: Typical jewelry coverage is approximately $3,000.

Special Items Covered



Wine & Spirits



Stamps & Coins


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Setting a Value

When you schedule your valuables through the purchase of a ‘rider’ or ‘floater’ policy, you'll provide a detailed description of each item.

A professional appraisal is always recommended and often required. For collections such as sports memorabilia, figurines, stamps, fine china and crystal, etc. you can either use blanket coverage to protect the entire collection or itemize especially valuable pieces, or you can combine the two approaches. 

Coverage Options

Replacement Cost

  • The traditional repair or replacement cost option is a default on the scheduled personal property endorsement to your homeowners policy. The insurance company has the option to replace the item at an amount lower than the value listed on the policy, if the lower amount would return the item to its original condition or replace the item with one of a like kind or quality.

Agreed Value

  • In most instances, the item is insured for a set amount agreed on by you and the insurance company based on a recent appraisal or a bill of sale. Fine art usually is insured under an agreed value policy because it can be very difficult to replace.

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An estate plan can determine the right people to help make decisions for you in the case of incapacity or for others in the case of guardianship. It will also identify a trustee to execute your plan. 

Learn More about how we can help you with estate planning.

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Justin Staebler
Justin Staebler, SVP Personal and Life Insurance, Waukesha, WI

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