Commercial Umbrella Insurance in Palm Springs, Palm Desert and throughout Southern California.
Extra Protection that Keeps You in Business
As a business owner, keeping your business insured is one of the most important financial decisions you can make. But if you don’t have a sufficient amount of coverage, your current policy may not have the extra layer of protection needed for situations that can jeopardize your finances, or even your operations.
With Commercial Umbrella Insurance from Weingarten and Hough - Insurance Agents and Brokers, you can protect your business and your assets in the event that your company gets sued in a major lawsuit.
A Commercial Umbrella policy will provide your business with additional coverage should a lawsuit or major accident exceed the limits of your existing, or underlying, General, Auto, or other business liability policy. It can also insure an incident that occurs outside of your coverage territory.
What Does Commercial Umbrella Insurance Cover?
Major lawsuits are a result of accidents that occur either on or off the premises of your business. The following are examples of situations where Commercial Umbrella coverage can safeguard your business:
- Accidental falls or slips on your property
- A carbon monoxide leak in your building
- Libel, slander, or invasion of privacy
- If one of your products causes injury or illness
- If a fire in your building damages other property
- Violations of Employment Practices Liability
- If your business vehicle is involved in an accident
How Much Umbrella Coverage is Enough?
Since lawsuits can be expensive and accidents do happen, you can never be too careful with your coverage options. That’s why at Weingarten & Hough, our helpful insurance experts will work with the individual needs of your business to find a level of protection that keeps you and your operations secure. Commercial Umbrella Insurance is simply an affordable coverage that can help you avoid major losses.
Protect your business personally and financially with a Commercial Umbrella policy from Weingarten & Hough.