Maine Personal Umbrella Insurance and Umbrella Insurance Quotes
Umbrella Insurance: You may need it now more than ever
All liability insurance protects assets and future earnings from judgment for legal liability from injuring people or damaging property. Most homeowners, auto and other “primary” policies can only provide up to $500,000 coverage.
In the past few years, the Maine Legislature has increased the maximum damages under the Wrongful Death Statute to $500,000 plus $75,000 in punitive damages. This does not include damages for other injuries or property damages. Without personal umbrella insurance, your personal assets are exposed to damages. To learn more about umbrella insurance, watch this video.
Umbrella Insurance is a bargain!
Personal umbrella premiums are surprisingly reasonable. Often, a family with two cars, a home and a boat can be protected for less than $200 per year. Not bad for $1 million of coverage!
For more information, see our Maine personal umbrella insurance video on YouTube. For a Personal Umbrella quote, call Noyes, Hall & Allen at 799-5541. We’re independent and committed to you.