Commercial Liability Insurance
As a business owner, you’ve achieved remarkable goals. You’ve poured your heart and soul into building a thriving business that contributes to the community and the economy!
But, imagine what would happen if a high cost accident or lawsuit came out of left field. You could possibly lose everything you’ve worked so hard to achieve.
We’ll help keep your business dreams secure with a Commercial Umbrella Policy. By providing you an additional layer of liability protection above your business liability limits, you’ll get the coverage you need to deal with the unexpected.
With coverage that’s built for your business, you can find peace of mind to focus on what’s most important – putting your passion to work and growing your dream!
How Does a Commercial Umbrella Policy Work?
Picture this: A customer is injured at your place of business or by a product you sell, and you end up with a lawsuit, medical costs and legal bills to the tune of $2 million.
As a savvy business owner, you already have an American Family business insurance policy with liability limits up to $1,000,000. And you’ve
wisely supplemented that with a commercial umbrella policy that has liability coverage up to $2 million. Your primary business policy would cover the first $1,000,000, while your business umbrella policy would take care of the remaining $1 million.
Want to get started with a commercial umbrella policy? As long as you already have a primary business insurance policy with American Family, you’re all set – talk to your agent
What Does A Commercial Umbrella Policy Cover?
American Family commercial umbrella liability insurance gives you peace of mind when you need it. It can protect you, your business, your employees, and individuals named on your policy for various bodily injury, property damage, and/or personal and advertising injury claims involving your customers and others.
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Make a wise business move today to protect your dream — contact your agent to get a commercial umbrella policy today.