Excess Liability | Umbrella
Excess Liability Insurance, sometimes called Commercial Umbrella Insurance, affords additional protection when your business exceeds insurance limits on an underlying liability policy. This coverage includes general liability, employer’s liability, and auto liability policies. It does not extend the coverage limits on errors and omissions policies.
Keeping an excess liability insurance policy is an affordable way to set up higher policy limits that can mean the difference between bankruptcy and continued operation of your business, since legal costs may not be adequately covered by a single liability policy.
Find out more about setting up an excess liability policy for your business by speaking with your Snyder account manager.