Umbrella Insurance

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Bad things can happen to good people, like a personal lawsuit. Why put your savings and personal property at risk? An umbrella policy can help shield you from a personal liability lawsuit. 

How Does Umbrella Insurance Work?

Generally, your personal umbrella liability policy begins where the liability coverage from your auto and homeowners policies ends. 

For example, if you have a covered accident that leaves you liable for $750,000 worth of damage, and you have $500,000 of liability coverage for that accident from your auto policy, your umbrella policy will pay the additional $250,000. 

Our personal umbrella liability policy may also cover some risks usually not covered by your auto or homeowner policies. For more information, contact an agent. 

Do I Need to Have an Existing AmShield Policy to Purchase an Umbrella Policy?

Yes. You must have an auto policy with AmShield. 

Not available in all states. For more information, contact us today.  

Who We Are

Integrity and financial excellence are at the core of what we do at AmShield. We offer competitively priced property and casualty insurance that is backed by exceptional customer service.

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The product information contained on this website is informational only and not a statement of contract. All coverage options are subject to the provisions of the policy purchased and details of the policyholder's situation. Not all products are available in all states. AmShield Insurance utilizes a wildfire evaluation tool from a reliable industry source. Scores and data are generated using sources and methods current as of the specific date of the inquiry and includes only the available data provided for the geographic location of the subject property. This score is solely used to determine eligibility of the property during the underwriting process and bears no impact on rating.