Arizona Personal Umbrella Insurance

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Why consider Personal Umbrella Insurance in Arizona

Protecting your assets are important & Personal Umbrella Insurance can do just that!

Personal Umbrella Insurance ArizonaIf you are sued, do you have enough coverage on your underlying home insurance and auto insurance to protect you?

Do you even know what underlying coverage means? Most people don’t.

Once the liability limits are exhausted on your home, auto, or other policy, a Personal Umbrella Insurance can take over and provides a second layer of protection of $1,000,000 or more depending on your assets.

Some ask, if I don’t have assets, what can they sue me for?  People are oftentimes sued for the equity in the home or garnish against future wages.

Talk with a Licensed Insurance Professional at Greene Insurance Group to determine the right amount of coverage for your needs.

Can I Afford Personal Umbrella Insurance in Arizona?

Personal Umbrella InsuranceIf you own a home, rental properties, autos, RV’s or have youthful drivers, you should strongly consider a personal umbrella insurance policy.

Personal Umbrella Insurance is very affordable and you will have the peace of mind knowing you’re protected.

Bundle Your Auto & Home with Arizona Personal Umbrella Insurance & Save Money

When you bundle your auto and home insurance with Greene Insurance Group, we can add $1,000,000 personal umbrella liability coverage for as little as $250 annually.

Examples of why Personal Umbrella Insurance in Arizona is so Important

  • Do you have youthful drivers in the household?  Statistics show youthful drivers have less driving experience and pose a greater risk to you
  • What would happen if your dog was to bite a neighbor’s child?
  • Do you own rental property(s)?  What if there was an accident on your rental property?
  • What if someone in your household was at fault and severely injured or killed another person(s) in an auto accident?
  • What would happen if a fire in your condo spread to other units?
  • There was a drowning in your swimming pool?

If any of these things happened to you, there’s a good chance your current liability limits wouldn’t be adequate to protect your assets, or your future earnings.