A Commercial Liability Umbrella Policy from Main Street America Insurance picks up where your underlying business insurance liability coverage ends, providing protection over your primary limits. Your business insurance is often enough to protect you against the usual loss. However, the aftermath of serious accidents or other situations can exceed basic policy limits by millions of dollars. A Commercial Umbrella policy can provide an extra layer of protection.
For example, what would happen if someone sued your business? We often hear about high-award lawsuits. A commercial umbrella policy could pick up where your underlying business insurance liability coverage ends, providing extra liability coverage over your primary limits.
An insurance agent can design a comprehensive package of commercial coverage including a Commercial Umbrella to meet your business needs. Find an agent near you for a quote.
What does Commercial Umbrella Insurance Cover?
Our commercial umbrella provides a variety of coverages, including:
Excess Liability Judgements
Bodily injury and death
Defense costs and attorney fees
Added Protection for Businesses
For extra protection, you can purchase commercial umbrella insurance over a business owner or commercial package policy. If you also have Commercial Auto and Employers Liability coverage, the umbrella can also cover those lines.
Coverages limits start at $1 million with higher limits available
Paid-in-full discount available
How Much Does Commercial Umbrella Insurance Cost?
A commercial umbrella policy can cost as little as little as $450, and the average umbrella cost is $1,200. Your local, independent insurance agent can help you determine the best commercial umbrella insurance options to meet your business needs.
Get a Commercial Umbrella Insurance Quote
Main Street America partners with independent insurance agents in your neighborhood to provide you with expert, local knowledge. They can customize business insurance to fit your unique needs. Reach out to an agent today to receive a free quote.
We currently offer business umbrella insurance in the following states: Arizona, Connecticut, Delaware, Florida, Georgia, Idaho, Illinois, Indiana, Maine, Maryland, Massachusetts, Michigan, Minnesota, Mississippi, Montana, Nevada, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Oregon, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, South Carolina, Tennessee, Utah, Vermont, Virginia, Washington, Wisconsin.