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An Extra Level Of Protection

Personal Umbrella Policy (PUP) or Umbrella Insurance is an excess liability coverage that protects valuable assets and future earnings in potentially large claims and lawsuits. PUP can also extend the liability coverage on your standard Auto and Homeowners Insurance policies.

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Basic Coverages

All insurance policies have limits. An Umbrella Insurance policy extends these limits and the ability to cover any costs or losses, so your valuable assets and future earnings are protected from claims and lawsuits made against you.

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Additional Coverages

You want to protect your valuable assets, but sometimes a standard policy just can't provide enough coverage. When a PUP extends the liability coverage on your other standard insurance policies, you will have less to worry about.

Understanding Umbrella Insurance

When you have a lot to lose, it's hard to find peace of mind. A typical Umbrella Insurance policy starts at $1 million in coverage but can be as high as $5 million. Umbrella Insurance is the only way to know your most valuable assets are covered.

What Does Umbrella Insurance Cover?

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Why Do You Need AIS?

AIS Insurance Specialists are trained to assess your needs based on your financial risk and other factors. We find you rates and coverage from reliable and trustworthy partners and service your account after you choose the policy that works best for you. With AIS, your personal assets have the best protection for the best price.

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Additional Insurance Coverages

Wouldn’t it be great to save money insuring your automobile, home, condo, or renters policy with your outdoor vehicles and other assets under one roof? AIS is the insurance specialist who finds affordable coverage for various products. We compare the best rates from our trusted carrier partners, so you know you’re getting the best protection for the best price at no additional charge. 

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