Personal Umbrella Insurance
A personal umbrella policy provides liability coverage over and above your auto or homeowners policy. To better understand how it works, here’s an example: If you are at fault in a car accident that injures another driver and your current liability coverage is set to $250,000, you may legally be responsible for damages beyond the $250,000. If you are, and you are sued, your personal assets could be at stake.
- Protects your financial assets, your home and property in the event of a severe accident
- Is an add-on if your current liability coverage isn’t enough
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