Cheryl Matune Insurance, P.L.
Personal umbrella and
What is liability insurance?
or excess liability policy
f you are ever sued, your standard homeowners or auto policy will provide you with some liability coverage, paying for judgements against you and your attorney's fees, up to a limit set in the policy. However, in our litigious society, you may want to have an extra layer of liability protection. That's what a personal umbrella liability policy provides. An umbrella policy kicks in when you reach the limit on the underlying liability coverage in a homeowners, renters, condo or auto policy.
commercial general liability
A Commercial General Liability (CGL) policy protects your business from financial loss should you be liable for property damage or personal and advertising injury caused by your services, business operations or your employees. It covers non-professional negligent acts.
or Employment Practices Liability Insurance. In addition to taking steps to reduce your risk of employee lawsuits, you can financially protect your business by purchasing employment practices liability insurance (EPLI). Employment practices liability is generally not covered by general liability insurance, but can be purchased as a stand-alone policy.