Extra coverage to protect you and your family.
Personal umbrella insurance provides extra coverage above the liability coverage in home, auto and other personal insurance policies. Those policies usually carry liability limits of $100,000 or $300,000, but that’s not always enough to cover what you need — for instance, a short hospital stay can easily exceed $100,000 in costs, and long-term rehabilitation and loss of income can cost well into the six figures. Umbrella insurance adds a layer of coverage of $1 million, $2 million or more.
You should consider adding umbrella insurance to your personal insurance coverage if:
- You own a home
- You have teenage drivers
- You have a significant income or future earnings potential
- You own a business
- You own a boat, RV or motorcycle
Insurance products are underwritten by non-affiliated insurance companies. Insurance products offered are:
|Not FDIC Insured||Not Bank Insured||May Lose Value|
|Not Insured by any Federal Government Agency||Not a Bank Deposit|