5425 E Bell Rd, Suite 140
Scottsdale, AZ 85254
It is always important to be adequately protected with the correct insurance coverage. One type of insurance that people don't discuss much is umbrella insurance. It can provide essential benefits and push the limits of what normal insurance policies can’t do.
Umbrella insurance is a unique option that provides additional coverage beyond the basic level of liability insurance. It is beneficial for many of our customers in that it can guard against situations in which liability insurance claims go beyond their maximum payout limits. Without umbrella insurance, policyholders could be facing massive out-of-pocket expenses. When an auto accident happens, and insurance claims are high, your coverage might not be adequate to pay for them. That's where umbrella insurance comes into the picture and fills in the gaps.
Some of the ways umbrella insurance can enhance your coverage is by adding legal and defense coverage, providing excess liability coverage, and covering extended family members. The ultimate benefits of umbrella insurance are peace of mind and financial protection.
Alliance Insurance Partners in Scottsdale, AZ writes umbrella insurance policies for customers around Arizona and the surrounding states. We take the time to talk with you and assess your unique needs so that we can best advise you on the level of umbrella insurance you might need. That type of personalized attention is just one of benefits that make us stand out as a leader in our industry.
If you are in Arizona or one of the nearby states and need umbrella insurance or any other type of insurance from our multiple lines of business, please call or email us, or stop by our office in Scottsdale, AZ. We are happy to assist you with your insurance needs.
If you are curious about a policy outside of Arizona, please contact us to learn more about the legal differences if you reside in New Mexico, California, Texas, Tennessee, Washington, Alabama, Indiana, Ohio, Colorado, Georgia, Wisconsin, North Carolina, Oklahoma, Nevada, Idaho, South Carolina, Pennsylvania, Oregon, Kansas, Illinois, Kentucky, Maine, Utah, Arkansas, Iowa, or South Dakota.