JAISIN Insurance Solutions Carries the Best Personal Umbrella Insurance Near You
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A personal umbrella insurance policy, also known as an excess liability policy, protects your assets and future earnings from large and potentially devastating liability claims. As the name implies, it provides additional insurance coverage over and above your home, auto, boat, RV and other liability policies to protect your assets and your future from an unforeseen event.
HOW DOES PRICING WORK?
The cost of a personal liability umbrella policy is partially based on your risk factors (e.g., teenage driver in the family), and is a relatively inexpensive way to help ensure a lawsuit doesn’t deplete your assets.
UMBRELLA INSURANCE EXPERTS
At JAISIN, our insurance advisors are well versed in the advantages and regulations of personal umbrella liability coverage. Because our goal is to deliver solutions for all your insurance needs and turn you into a lifelong client, we take time to get to know you. That way, the coverage we provide truly protects you, your assets and lifestyle.
Umbrella Insurance FAQ
Get answers to common umbrella insurance questions
What is personal umbrella insurance?
Even though you have homeowners, car, and boat insurance, you may still be involved in a lawsuit that drains your wallet. Personal umbrella insurance is extra protection beyond what your policies already cover. Umbrella insurance also not only covers the policyholder, but their family as well.
How much does personal umbrella insurance cost?
How much your umbrella insurance premium costs will depend on how much coverage you want and where you live. Personal umbrella coverage is usually sold in $1 million increments, starting around $350 to $550 for the first $1 million, then $100 for each $1 million after that.
Do I need personal umbrella insurance?
The questions you need to ask when deciding on an umbrella policy are: am I at risk of being sued? Do I have a large savings or retirement account? Do I have any assets that could cause damage? If you answered yes, you may need an umbrella policy.