Valuable articles insurance can be either an endorsement to a homeowner’s insurance policy, or a separate policy designed to to provide a broader level of coverage for valuable items such as jewelry, furs, silver, fine arts, and more.
Itemized valuable articles policies generally do not have a deductible or policy sub-limit, however, blanketed coverage may carry a per item limit. Coverage is typically written on an agreed value basis with no reduction for depreciation. We encourage you to contact our agents to discuss your options when it comes to valuable articles insurance. At Daigle & Travers, we pride ourselves on our commitment to customer service.
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