Outside of our professional lives, we are still exposed to a wide variety of risks in our personal lives. Personal insurance is meant to cover these risks outside of work. This can include insurance for damage to or liability associated with one’s automobile or property and place of residence.
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We understand that it is important to be protected against all types of risks, whether personal or professional.
Your car is part of your life. Automobile Insurance is a fact of life. Whether you own a commuter car or many collector cars, your cars need to be properly insured.
Not all automobile policies are created equal. Contact us today for a complimentary coverage review.
Your home is probably the biggest single investment you’ll make. Whether you own a townhouse or a single family home, your investment, possessions and memories require proper insurance protection.
Finding the right coverage terms and options for homeowners insurance can be a challenge. Not all policies are created equal. Contact us today for a complimentary coverage review
Excess Liability Insurance
Often referred to as an umbrella policy, excess liability insurance provides additional legal expense protection needed in case a judgment against you exceeds the liability limits of your existing auto and homeowners policies. Excess liability coverage increases your personal liability limits by adding protection to your current auto, boat, and homeowners policies.
Excess liability policies can often be attained at fraction of the price of excess limits on a primary home or auto policy. Contact us today to discuss excess liability insurance
Condominium insurance fills in the gaps from condominium or Co-op Master policies, providing personal property coverage, personal liability, and other types of protection.
Not all condominium insurance policies are created equally. Contact us today to discuss condominium insurance
While your landlord likely has insurance coverage for the building in which you live, this coverage does not insure your personal possessions. Renters insurance covers your furniture and personal possessions. A renter’s policy protects you against theft, damage from such hazards as fire, lightning, windstorm, hail, explosion, smoke, vandalism, and water damage.
For more information on Personal Insurance programs, or to get a quote, please contact Eddie Soto at (619) 937-5772 or email email@example.com