Wisconsin, the Badger State, is home to over 5.7 million inhabitants (2011) and is bordered on the north by Lake Superior, with Lake Michigan to its east. In Wisconsin, there are 2,274,611 households (2010) and an average of 2.41 people per household (2010). The largest city in Wisconsin is Milwaukee with 594,833 residents (2010). Whether they live in Racine, Wausau or Chippewa Falls, residents of Wisconsin want quality home insurance coverage to safeguard their house and belongings. An experienced independent insurance agent can help them purchase the right policy.
In Wisconsin, more than 85% of residents have lived in their house for one year or more (2010). There are over 2.6 million housing units in the State (2010), and more than 69 percent of Wisconsin housing units are owner-occupied (2010). By reaching out to a local independent insurance agent, Wisconsin homeowners can find out about the options for home insurance in their State. A local independent insurance agent, familiar with what Wisconsin residents look for in purchasing homeowners’ insurance, can help you review the kinds of coverage available.
A home insurance policy purchased through a seasoned independent insurance agent can provide coverage for Wisconsin homeowners’ house and possessions, including jewelry, silverware, guns and other effects. It can also cover structures on the property itself, like garages or storage sheds. A competent local independent insurance agent can assist Wisconsin residents in understanding the scope of coverage and limitations and exclusions in a particular policy.
Dates in History (According to National Fire Protection Association)
Dwelling fire kills 12, Milwaukee, 1987
In 2013 there were 11 fire deaths per million in the United States.
In 2013 there were 9.8 fire deaths per million in Wisconsin.
In 2014, according to the National Multifamily Housing Council 10.1% of the State’s residents lived in apartments compared to a national figure of 12.2.
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