Protect your business beyond the limits of general liability, commercial auto and employer's liability insurance policies.
When claims covered by policies like general liability, commercial auto, or employer's liability insurance reach their limits, a commercial umbrella insurance policy may cover additional costs. This also provides your business with extra protection against bodily injury or property damage.
Umbrella liability insurance provides additional asset protection for your business property or secondary income sources. It provides additional financial coverage in the event of a catastrophic loss.
In the event of an extraordinary situation, an umbrella policy helps to protect your business from potentially devastating financial consequences.
Commercial umbrella insurance may provide:
When it comes to selecting umbrella insurance for your business, Automatic Data Processing Insurance Agency, Inc. (ADPIA®) helps you select the carrier partner right for you.
We work with businesses of all sizes, across a diverse set of industries. Through years of experience, we understand the importance of finding just the right fit and delivering the highest level of service and support.
An umbrella policy provides excess liability limits in the event of a catastrophic loss. Once the underlying limits of the business auto, general liability, or employer's liability policies are exhausted, the umbrella liability policy kicks in to provide additional financial coverage.