Umbrella Liability

Umbrella Liability insurance (or Excess Liability) protects a firm from catastrophic claims by adding additional limits to the standard underlying coverages of Commercial General Liability, Business Automobile Liability, and Employer’s Liability insurance.

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Differentiators, why choose us?

The ACEC BIT Hartford Program includes an Umbrella Liability coverage up to $20 million per occurrence, and Greyling can obtain options for higher limits if needed. Greyling individually brokers umbrella and excess liability for firms in the ACEC BIT Program that do not qualify for The Hartford Program and can assist firms in identifying and quantifying probable risks in order to purchase an optimal level of coverage. Umbrella and excess coverage can be coordinated with other policies (foreign package of general or public liability, Commercial Auto, and employer’s liability) that may be scheduled as underlying insurance that applies to a firm’s international operations or exposures.