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Have a question about insurance? Ask NJM! With over a century of experience under our belt, we know a thing or two about insurance. And we want to make you an informed insurance consumer, too. Whether you're looking for a definition or trying to decide what kind of coverage you need, NJM has you covered. Just Ask NJM!

Insurance Terms

What is a declarations page?
What is a deductible?
What is an endorsement?
What is an exclusion?
What is an insurance premium?
What is a peril?
Understanding actual cash value and replacement cost

Auto

What is no-fault insurance?
What is collision insurance?
What is comprehensive insurance?
What are split limit and combined single limit policies?
What is uninsured and underinsured motorists coverage?
Does car insurance cover theft?
Does car insurance cover windshield damage?
Does car insurance cover rental cars?
How much auto liability do you need?
Insuring a leased car
Driving without insurance
How does car insurance work?

Home and Condo

What is condo insurance?
What is a dwelling?
What is guaranteed replacement cost?
What is the difference between HO-3 and HO-5?
What is the difference between home and dwelling insurance?
What is personal property coverage?
What does homeowners insurance cover?
How much condo insurance do you need?
Does homeowners insurance cover fire damage?
Does homeowners insurance cover hurricane damage?

Renters

What does renters insurance cover?
Do you need renters insurance?
Does renters insurance cover moving?
Does renters insurance cover theft?
Does renters insurance cover water damage?
How does a renters insurance claim work?
Does renters insurance cover bed bugs?
How renters insurance applies to storage units

Umbrella

What is an umbrella policy?
Who needs umbrella insurance?
What does umbrella insurance cover?

Business

What is workers' compensation insurance?
How does workers' compensation insurance work?
What is commercial auto insurance?

The content on this page is intended for informational purposes only. It is not an insurance policy, and does not, in any way, replace or modify the definitions and information contained in individual insurance policies. Terms and coverage availability may vary by state, and exclusions and deductibles may apply. Discounts also vary by state and may not be applied to all policy coverages. Coverage for an accident or loss is subject to the terms and conditions of the insurance policy applicable to a particular claim.