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What's Under the Umbrella?

Of course, you don't need to insure your umbrella. But as an umbrella keeps off the rain, umbrella insurance helps extend auto and home policies. Not only that, it may even cover some things that car and homeowners insurance policies don't protect you against. If you've got a lot to lose, this kind of coverage may be the most affordable way to protect yourself.

  1. Extra Liability Insurance
    Liability limits on typical home and auto policies are fairly modest when compared to the value of new homes and cars. Clients can purchase umbrella insurance in increments for the right amount of extra protection at the right price.
  2. Legal Defense
    You have a legal right to defend yourself against claims of injury or loss, but lawyers are expensive. Not only will umbrella insurance help you pay claims, it can help pay for legal defense.
  3. Extra Coverage
    Some umbrella insurance polices can get modified to cover more unusual risks that are not typically mentioned in an ordinary policy.

Let's Get You Under the Umbrella

Do you have a house, retirement fund, and other assets that could be vulnerable to a liability claim? If so, contact us at your earliest convenience to discuss the reasons you need umbrella insurance.

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