Stephanie Nieves

Editor & Home and Auto Insurance Expert

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Expertise

Auto insurance, homeowners insurance

Education

Hobart and William Smith Colleges (BA)

Featured in

Business Insider, Money, HerMoney, PayScale, Quicken Loans, The Muse

About

Stephanie Nieves is a former editor and insurance expert at Policygenius, where she covered home and auto insurance. Her work has also appeared in Business Insider, Money, HerMoney, PayScale, and The Muse.

In the press

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Want to interview a Policygenius expert?

Journalist on a deadline? Our press team can connect you with our experts to discuss insurance, personal finance, and more. They’re also pretty friendly.

press@policygenius.com

Policygenius content follows strict guidelines for editorial accuracy and integrity. Learn about our editorial standards and how we make money.

Pro tip

Stephanie Nieves

If you want to be fully protected, you should get what’s known as a full coverage policy, which includes comprehensive and collision coverage in addition to liability.

Selected stories from Stephanie

Does home insurance cover septic tanks?

Yes, your septic tank is considered part of your home and would be covered by the dwelling portion of your home insurance policy in the event that it’s suddenly damaged.

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Homeowners insurance policy endorsements

An endorsement is optional coverage you can add to your homeowners policy to protect your home and property from types of loss not covered by standard insurance.

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Does homeowners insurance cover broken TVs?

Homeowners insurance covers personal property loss — including broken or stolen TVs — when it’s caused by a covered peril, including fire, lightning, and vandalism. But if your TV falls off your wall or it simply stops working, you likely won’t be covered.

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