9340 Bolsa Avenue
Westminster, CA 92683
For most people without families, a condominium is a beautiful alternative to living in a home or apartment. A condo offers more space, amenities, and a large living area. It is, therefore, a special kind of residence, requiring a separate insurance policy.
With services from Western Insurance Marketing Corporation in Diamond Bar, CA, it is possible to extend protection past what the community provides. Our Condo Owner Unit policy may cover:
The condominium needs insurance against both damage and total loss. Western Insurance Marketing Corporation covers any damages in the interior of the unit in California. You can use our insurance coverage to pay for expenses such as fixing and replacements of items such as flooring, drywall, and light fixtures among others.
Everything in your house is a possession that may be included in the insurance policy. With condo insurance, we can cover the property inside your unit from disaster and theft.
When your house is declared a total loss following a fire or disaster, you cannot live there with the renovations taking place. Additional living expenses are included in the insurance policy to help you pay for temporary housing and the expenses that come with it.
We provide legal liability for yourself, your family, bodily injury to others, and property damage on the property. Our policy may protect you from claims by any person injured in the condo. If you are responsible for injuries to someone else, this insurance covers those claims.
We can also carry out an assessment per your policy, which helps cover the losses in a collectively owned condo. If you are in San Jose, Westminster, or Diamond Bar, CA, we are your friend in time of need. Do not get caught by a disaster without the level of condo owner insurance coverage you need. Reach out to us or visit our office in Diamond Bar, CA to speak with an agent to learn more.
Western Insurance Marketing Corporation also writes insurance for Oregon, Washington, Arizona, Colorado, Texas, Virginia, Michigan, Indiana, Montana, Nevada, and New Mexico. For more information over your states insurance laws and requirements, please reach out to our agents. We will be happy to answer any questions you may have.