Liability insurance pays for repairing or replacing damaged property of others. It also pays for medical expenses for injured parties, and it even pays your attorney fees, court costs, and any financial settlements or judgments you have to pay if you are sued.
Your auto insurance, home insurance, and other personal insurance policies in Delaware provide limited amounts of liability coverage. The policy limits may not be sufficient to cover a very large lawsuit or financial settlement.
Umbrella insurance in Delaware offers excess liability coverage that kicks in when the limits of an underlying policy—including home insurance, renters insurance, condominium insurance, boat insurance, or car insurance—have been exhausted.
Umbrella insurance in Delaware typically covers what the underlying policy does. What's more, an umbrella policy may offer expanded coverage, including covering you worldwide. It might also cover a few circumstances that the underlying policy does not, such as claims for libel, slander, and false imprisonment.
An independent insurance agent in Delaware will be able to help you find the umbrella coverage you need, no matter what you need.