Whether it is for the home or condominium that you own or the place you are renting, protecting your assets is very important.
Can you imagine the catastrophes you can encounter? More importantly, can you imagine how disastrous these situations would be without the protection of personal property and liability insurance?
Just Imagine: While you're enjoying dinner at the top of the Eiffel Tower with your beloved, celebrating your 25th anniversary, in your cherished West Vancouver home, 6,000 kilometers away, the kitchen sink pipe bursts and water trails its way into the dining area and is absorbed into your Brazilian Cherry-wood floors. Truly enjoying your trip, you extend it by another two weeks; meanwhile, the water starts penetrating the floor so much that it drips through the ceiling of the lower floor. Just before the trip ends, the diamond necklace you've given as an anniversary gift mysteriously disappears from your hotel room.
Just Imagine: You find yourself in Vancouver once again, this time shooting the latest in a series of vampire movies in Hollywood North. As per you instructions, your assistant has rented several high-end Yaletown condos for six months-one for you and three others for your extended family. During the first two weeks, with the media coverage of the movie, your family is sighted entering the high-rise. Their place of stay is revealed in a harmless lifestyles magazine article, and the week following the reveal, your condo and two others belonging to your family are burglarized; several thousand dollars' worth of electronics including computers, cell phones, and digital and video-recording devices are stolen, not counting the cost of personal belongings.