Many of us are aware of insurance and that it is a means of being able to financially regain what you would have potentially lost, provided that what you lost is insured and is properly covered by the insurance policy. Although insurance is a very complex form of risk management and assessment, it does actually serve its purpose well for those who are able to insure only what is necessary along with the appropriate amount of coverage needed for that adequate protection.
Anything can be insured! And by this we mean anything. However, there are guidelines created by insurance companies as to what can be insured and what cannot. First of all, if you do not find any real value to what you are insuring or that the matter or object being insured serves no relative importance to you, the insurer will therefore deem that that is not an insurable item because you clearly would not mind losing it. Even so, under that basis of anything can be insured, it simply means that whether the thing you are insuring is a tangible object like a home or car, or simply an intangible object such as a profession or a concept or idea, all these can be insured provided that certain criterions by your insurer are met.
Dependence on insurance for protection and decreased risk of loss is something that many of us are dependent on. The fact of losing something without any viable means of return is something many of us will not readily accept, thus the aspect of insurance importance becomes more real and relevant as this is by far the only means where you can reduce your risk of financial loss should an insured item that is important to you suddenly gets lost, broken, or damaged. Having insurance allows you to safeguard the things that are important to you.
If you have anything important that you would not want to lose through unexpected or undesirable means, having it insured will not only give you peace of mind as that item is now under the protection of an insurance policy, but that you will also be free of worry as any inevitable loss arising from contingencies will no longer be a worryingly dreaded event as the financial responsibility of your insurer necessitates the compensation of claims, provided that the cause of the contingency is within the grounds and coverage of the insurance policy.