Individual & Umbrella Policies
Car insurance is a necessary investment as financial protection for you and for your vehicle. In case of accidents, damages, theft, or breakdowns, car insurance can take care of towing, repairs, rentals, and sometimes even replacements. Every state has their own requirements for car insurance, however, many drivers need stronger coverage. Car insurance rates vary based on the type of coverage, state, age, marital status, and driving history.
Umbrella insurance is additional insurance that provides protection above and beyond the limits of existing insurance coverage. Umbrella insurance covers injuries, personal liability, property damage, and some lawsuits. If car insurance, home insurance, or motorcycle insurance become exhausted, your Umbrella insurance may provide the extra coverage you need. It can also cover claims that are not covered by other insurances.
Home insurance is important for the protection of homeowners and their property. While not required in most states, the majority of lenders require proof of home insurance before approving a home loan. Home insurance is used to cover damage to the home, hotel stays during home repairs covered by insurance, legal expenses in the case of an accident lawsuit, and stolen property. For example, in the event that the home is flooded due to burst pipes, home insurance would cover the repairs and any necessary hotel stays.
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