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Identity Theft Insurance

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Identity Fraud Expense Reimbursement Coverage from Johnson Insurance provides you the assistance you need to repair the damage from identity theft. We are all susceptible to identity theft. Identity theft occurs when someone unlawfully obtains your personal identification information, for economic gain or criminal purposes.

As a victim of identity theft, you not only risk damage to your reputation, but it can potentially ruin your credit, compromise your financial and medical history, and drain your assets. Restoring your good name can be both time consuming and expensive.

Identity Fraud Expense Reimbursement Coverage is an invaluable option to add to your homeowners, condominium or renters insurance policy. Check your policy for specific details on coverage.

Our carriers may provide:

Resolution services to help reclaim your identity and restore credit

Fraud expense reimbursement with no deductible

  • Reimbursement for Medical ID fraud expenses
  • Travel expenses
  • New Government IDs
  • Tax ID fraud related costs
  • Travel expenses
  • New Government IDs
  • Tax ID fraud related costs
  • Lost wages
  • Attorneys' fees

Guidance from consumer fraud specialists

For a low annual fee, you can add identity fraud protection coverage from one of our many insurance carriers to your homeowners, condominium or renters policy. Enjoy peace of mind, financial assistance and the support of fraud specialists when you need it most.

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