What does umbrella insurance cover?
Umbrella insurance is extra liability coverage that provides policyholders extra protection beyond the coverages in their car or homeowners policy.
10 life stages that affect your insurance needs
From car insurance to homeowners insurance, from life insurance to Medicare, here's a run down of the types of insurance you may need by your stage in life.
Does your homeowners insurance policy cover your swimming pool?
Whether you have an above-ground pool or an in-ground pool could determine if you need to purchase additional insurance coverage.
When is homeowners insurance not enough? Do I need umbrella insurance?
The most basic way to describe umbrella coverage is that it is extra liability coverage. If there are damages involved in an accident — either at your home, or in a vehicle — that exceed the limits of your policy, you are responsible for them out of pocket without umbrella insurance.
A practical guide for understanding car insurance
This car insurance guide from Clearsurance will help you understand all of the different car insurance coverages and what they mean.
Does homeowners insurance cover my trampoline?
Not all homeowners insurance policies cover trampolines. Some insurance companies may require that the trampoline be surrounded by a net or enclosed within a fenced-in property. Do you know what to ask your homeowners insurance company before purchasing a trampoline?