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If you’ve heard about umbrella insurance, you probably know that its coverage goes into the millions. Chances are that you think that’s a little excessive. Who would need that much coverage? You’d be surprised how fast one injury on your property can add up to cost a small fortune. READ MORE >>

You know how much your house and car are worth, which allows you to purchase enough coverage to protect the value of your property. But what about liability? You can't predict how much an accident or injury will cost in advance in order to buy the right amount of coverage. READ MORE >>

Umbrella insurance typically provides coverage that is not offered by an individual's auto, renters or homeowners insurance. Incidents that generate liability due to personal injury or property damage can potentially result in monetary claims that are not fully covered by one's primary policies. READ MORE >>

You’ve probably had agents suggest umbrella insurance to you, but many people are unfamiliar with what it is. Umbrella insurance is simply an extra layer of liability coverage on top of your existing policies, such as home, auto and boat insurance. READ MORE >>

When it’s time to look at broad and comprehensive business insurance, many business owners and executives can be confused. There is some difference in the typical jargon used in this part of the insurance industry, and some ambiguity in exactly what these types of umbrella policies cover. READ MORE >>

Susan Henry was in a rush. She had exactly fifteen minutes to make the 20-minute drive to pick up her daughter, Claire, from ballet practice, which was putting her another 30 minutes behind on getting her two-year old twins from swim lessons. And let’s not forget about the roast in the oven. READ MORE >>

Last year’s hurricane season drove home some big lessons, according to the nation’s chief hurricane forecaster: Storm surge and flooding are dangerous and difficult to predict, and sometimes it’s even harder to communicate that sense of urgency to the public. READ MORE >>

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