Insurance

What is Blanket Coverage?

Blanket Coverage

[blang-kit / kuhv-er-ij]

noun

1.

Blanket Coverage insures multiple properties under the same Policy. Blanket Coverage can ensure more than one type of property at one location, several of the same types of property at more than one location, or multiple types of property at multiple locations. An example is a Homeowner’s Insurance Policy that covers a dwelling as well as the personal property inside the dwelling, “blanketing” all of the homeowner’s goods.

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