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What is an Umbrella Policy?
An umbrella liability policy is extra liability coverage that you can purchase above and beyond your standard liability insurance. If a liability claim exceeds the limits of your general liability coverage, this policy will start paying to help cover damages and legal costs. Usually, you would purchase an umbrella policy if you work in a business with high risk for lawsuits. If someone sues you and wins the lawsuit, the umbrella policy will help protect your company profits and personal income from large legal settlements.
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