Tulsa Umbrella Policy

Tulsa Umbrella Policy

Tulsa Umbrella PolicyWhy Purchase A Tulsa Umbrella Policy?

The answer to this question in the most simplest of terms is Risk. Every renter or property owner has an inherent risk of a liability claim simply because they own or rent property. Yes, your homeowner’s or renter’s policy will provide liability coverage , but the coverage is typically  limited to $300,000 and in many cases, this may fall short of your needs if an action is brought against you.

A Personal  Tulsa Umbrella Policy adds an additional layer of protection on top of all your underlying personal policies. It will provide additional liability coverage for:

Since most personal insurance policies have maximum limits of only $300,000, you are at risk if the claim can’t be settled for the limit in your policy. For example, if you are in an at-fault car accident, it would not be difficult for the injured driver or drivers and passengers to accumulate over $300,000 in injury expenses that you would be held responsible for. Any amount of awarded damages over your liability limit is going to come out of your pocket. Remember, car accidents are not always the result of one car versus another car. Many times they are the result of one car, causing a multi-car pileup or driving through a convenience store. Without a Personal Tulsa Umbrella Policy that would increase your liability limits to a million dollars or more, say goodbye to your investments, savings accounts, and any other assets that are not protected from a lawsuit.

How do I know if I need  Tulsa Umbrella Policy?

The easiest way to determine if you need a Personal Tulsa Umbrella Policy is to add up the value of your assets. Anything over the liability limit of your auto, home, renter’s, boat, motorcycle, and RV insurance policies is at risk of being lost if an action brought against you.

The good news is that most Personal Tulsa Umbrella Policies are very affordable. A typical one million dollar policy can cost as little as $175 per year depending on your situation. Most insurers will offer limits of $1 million to $5 million dollars without many underwriting questions. Call your agent or independent broker and find out how little you’ll pay for so much coverage.

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