Adds an extra layer of liability protection to help safeguard a business and its valuable assets.
If a business experiences a claim that exceeds the limits of its primary liability insurance, it can result in a significant gap in coverage. Excess Liability Insurance may help protect your business and its assets by providing coverage over and above the underlying liability policy.
When a bodily injury or property damage claim against a business leads to a lawsuit, the related legal, medical, and settlement or judgment costs can escalate quickly. If these expenses surpass the limits of the company’s underlying liability policy, the business may be required to use its financial assets to cover any remaining monetary obligations. Excess Liability Insurance may help businesses cover this gap by providing an extra level of liability protection.
Adding Excess Liability Insurance to your Businessowners Insurance Policy is typically a cost-effective way to protect your business and its assets. You may be able to increase your liability coverage up to as much as $5 million at an affordable cost. We encourage you to speak with one of the highly qualified independent insurance agents in our network to learn more about Excess Liability Insurance.
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