Welcome to MetLife, Your Life®

Let us help you face life's unpredictable situations with safety tips we've gathered from years of experience. Full of educational and seasonal information, our site will help you take care of your auto, home and safety needs. Plus, you can save money along the way.

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Your Auto

Keep your car in top condition with our seasonal tips and safety information. Find out what to do in emergency situations and how to deal with inclement weather that could affect your driving. We also answer common auto insurance questions.

Your Home

Keep your home safe with our maintenance tips and safety ideas. We offer guidance on what to do for regular upkeep of your home throughout the year. We also answer common home insurance questions.

Your Belongings

Take care of your valuables with our maintenance ideas and safety tips. We'll help you protect your favorite belongings indoors and out, including your technology, recreational, and home maintenance equipment. We also answer common insurance questions.

Your Protection

Keep your loved ones safe both online and offline with our helpful advice and information. Our articles can help you reduce your risk and raise your awareness about situations that can affect your personal and online safety, including identity theft protection.

Your Trusted Solutions

Conquer your to-do list with discounts and access to seasoned professionals for home repairs, renovations and household tasks.

About MetLife Auto & Home

As the nation's leading provider of employer-sponsored auto and homeowners insurance, MetLife Auto & Home insures nearly 1.7 million households countrywide. Our Claims promise is to be there when our customers need us most—providing superior insurance coverage with fewer gaps and surprises.

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See our video collection to learn more about protecting your property and assets.

What You Need to Know About Business Owners Insurance

Learn the ins and outs of coverage for your business.

If you own a small business, you know the value of planning. That’s why MetLife Auto & Home® wants to make sure you understand the basics of business insurance and how it can help you plan for the unexpected.

Liability Coverage

What it is: Protects you against financial impacts from third-party lawsuits.
What it covers: If a customer slips and falls, if damage is done to a client’s property, and more.

Property Coverage

What it is: Protects the physical assets of your business.
What it covers: Items such as your equipment, furniture and décor, inventory, valuable papers or records and more.

Business Interruption Coverage

What it is: Protects against lost or reduced earnings due to an event that causes your business to temporarily close.
What it covers: If your business is forced to temporarily close because of an event such as a fire, this coverage will provide you with protection for your lost or reduced earnings. It may also help you cover additional expenses to keep your business running, such as the cost to rent a temporary office.

Commercial Auto Coverage

Whether your business relies on one vehicle or a small fleet, commercial auto insurance is critical to protecting the financial health of your business. There are two main components of a commercial auto policy:

Learn more about MetLife Auto & Home’s business owners insurance products.

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MetLife Auto & Home is a brand of Metropolitan Property and Casualty Insurance Company and its affiliates:  Economy Preferred Insurance Company, Metropolitan Casualty Insurance Company, Metropolitan Direct Property and Casualty Insurance Company, Metropolitan General Insurance Company, Metropolitan Group Property and Casualty Insurance Company, and Metropolitan Lloyds Insurance Company of Texas, all with administrative home offices in Warwick, RI.  Coverage, rates, discounts, and policy features vary by state and product, and are available in most states to those who qualify.

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