Umbrella Insurance

Typically, an umbrella policy is pure liability coverage over and above the coverage afforded by the regular policy, and is sold in increments of one million dollars. The term "umbrella" is used because it covers liability claims from all policies underneath it, such as auto insurance and homeowners insurance policies. For example, if the insured carries an auto insurance policy with liability limits of $500,000 and a homeowners insurance policy with a limit of $300,000, then with a million dollar umbrella, the insured's limits become in effect, $1,500,000 on an auto liability claim and $1,300,000 on a homeowners liability claim.

Umbrella insurance provides broad insurance beyond traditional home and auto. It provides additional liability coverage above the limits of homeowner's, auto, and boat insurance policies. It can also provide coverage for claims that may be excluded by the primary policies.

File a claim

Contact The Insurance House to file your claim. Make sure to have the following information ready when you call in:

  • Policy Number
  • Police report information
  • Estimates
  • The Insurance House
    11000 Front Street
    Mokena, IL
    Phone: (708) 478-8780
    Fax: (708) 478-8785