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Malone Insurance Agency
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Fairhope, AL 36532
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Worried about price?
Malone Insurance Agency will shop your quote through several reputable insurance providers. This means you get the best deal for your particular situation.
What about discounts?
Farmers offers several discounts you can take advantage of, such as our good student discount and our multi-line discounts.
Only you know what matters to you most. And Farmers® specializes in providing renter, condominium, and Home insurance policies to allow you to choose the coverage you want. Browse our homeowners insurance section to learn more about how Farmers can help protect everything you've worked so hard to achieve.
Something else to consider: if someone is injured, they may sue you for injuries and damages they sustain which may be well beyond $1,000,000. Without insurance, you may have to liquidate your assets and even lose a portion of your wages if you need to pay for a judgment.
Why should I consider homeowners, condominium, or renter insurance?
Insurance can help you with your peace of mind, knowing that in the event of a covered loss, your damaged home can be rebuilt and your destroyed belongings can be replaced. Types of coverages include:*
*Only up to the limits of the insurance coverages purchased.
What if I don't have insurance?
Without insurance, you'll be responsible for protecting your property, possessions and liability exposure.
For instance, if your house burns down or is destroyed by a tornado, you'll need to rebuild your home and replace all your damaged possessions with only the funds you have or can obtain. Do you usually have $500,000 readily available in case something like this happens? If so, could you be putting that money to better use instead of having it sit there just in case something happens?