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Personal Property Coverage Limits

Some categories of personal property coverage have a maximum dollar limit
that Allstate will pay a policyholder in case of damage or loss. Within these
categories, there may also be a limit per single item.

Example: A renter has a $1,000 limit per single jewelry item or a
$1,000 limit for all of the jewelry she owns in total.

You can increase your limits.

If you have valuable belongings, it may be a good idea to increase your protection.
Talk with your Allstate Agent or 1-800-ALLSTATE.

If you've already added increased protection for your personal property, it will be
listed on your Allstate Policy Declarations under Coverage and Applicable
Deductibles or under the Scheduled Personal Property section.

Some categories of personal property coverage have a maximum dollar limit that Allstate will pay a policyholder in case of damage or loss. Within these
categories, there may also be a limit per single item.

Example: A renter has a $1,000 limit per single jewelry item or a $1,000 limit for all of the jewelry she owns in total.

Jewelry with the maximum deductible limit of $1,000.

You can increase your limits.

If you have valuable belongings, it may be a good idea to increase your protection. Talk with your Allstate Agent or 1-800-ALLSTATE.

If you've already added increased protection for your personal property, it will be listed on your Allstate Policy Declarations under Coverage and Applicable
Deductibles or under the Scheduled Personal Property section.

Questions? Want to make changes to your coverage? Call your local Allstate Agent or 1-800-ALLSTATE.

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