Contents and personal liability insurance are usually taken out together as a combined product. Both types of insurance are recommended. However, you are free to take out them out individually or with separate insurers.
Home contents insurance covers damage to personal household items, such as furniture, televisions, clothes or sports equipment. Basic cover provides protection against damage caused by fire, natural hazards, water and theft at home. You can also purchase additional cover for other types of damage and risks such as theft away from home and loss.
Personal liability insurance covers any damage you cause to others. It is optional. You are nevertheless strongly advised to take out this insurance, otherwise you have no protection against liability claims made by third parties.
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Customer satisfaction survey 2019
Collaborating with market research experts Intervista, Comparis conducted a survey to find out how satisfied customers were with Swiss personal liability and contents insurance companies. View survey results
Explanation of contents insurance terms
All the key terminology relating to home contents insurance is listed in the glossary and explained in an easy-to-understand way. Look up terms
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