Attempting to understand the details of your insurance policy shouldn't leave you lost. Coverage Compass helps you explore what's within your policies, identifies potential gaps, and offers additional coverage options - leaving you with the confidence of knowing exactly where you stand.
With Coverage Compass, you can:
- View the existing coverages within your insurance policies.
- Learn more about potential gaps in your coverage.
- Explore additional coverages for which you are eligible.
Coverage Compass breaks down your insurance policy into three buckets: Not Covered, Covered, and Covered – More options available. You can select a coverage from the interactive compass wheel to learn more about it. If you are not fully covered, you will also have the option to get a quote for adding that coverage to your policy.
The auto insurance coverages on your compass may include:
- Better Car Replacement
- Deductible Fund
- Towing & Labor
- Rental Car Reimbursement
Life Insurance Trigger Events to Consider
Employer-provided life insurance can't always go with you, but a personal policy will not be dependent upon your employment status.
Taking on a mortgage means you need to evaluate whether you have enough coverage to offset this new debt.
From reviewing the amount of coverage to changing beneficiaries, marriage or divorce is a critical time to reevaluate your life insurance needs.
More kids likely means you need more coverage. You'll want to plan for your child's future financial needs.
Covering a business owner can allow for a smooth transition if the worst happens.
You may find that life insurance becomes less about insuring your income and more about protecting assets as you near retirement.