Cover Your Assets with a Personal Umbrella Policy

August 21, 2013 at 9:03 AM | Posted in Insurance Policy | Leave a comment
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These days, so many factors can increase your family’s liability risks. A new school year starting is a great time to think about adding a personal umbrella policy. Kids will be kids, and a personal umbrella policy can easily cover incidents that could arise from innocent postings on the internet, upsets while at a party, foolish fights, or simply being in the wrong place at the wrong time. Never mind the possible scenarios once your child gets behind the wheel of a car!

In today’s society lawsuits occur with alarming frequency, and the monetary implications can be staggering. When you add up the total value of your home, cars, savings, and investments, those assets can make you a target of a major law suit. The benefits of obtaining a personal umbrella policy begin here:

  • You receive worldwide coverage for all household members.
  • You are protected against libel, slander, invasion of privacy, malicious prosecution, defamation of character, or discrimination suits.
  • You are covered for the cost of legal defense should a suit be filed against you or a household member.

Your auto and home policies have a limit for Liability. Personal Umbrella protection extends coverage beyond that limit, at a very reasonable price. Whether your household includes children, pets, or you live alone — Call Protector Group at 888-850-9400 — a personal umbrella policy covers you when the “what ifs” in life actually happen.

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