Add an extra layer of protection with umbrella insurance

When you’ve reached the liability limits of your home or auto insurance, umbrella insurance helps cover any remaining costs.


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What does umbrella insurance do?

Personal umbrella insurance protects you and your family when liability coverage from your auto or home policy has been exhausted. Without umbrella insurance, you could be liable for any costs that exceed your liability coverage limit, jeopardizing your savings, equity, retirement, and other assets.


Example of Umbrella Insurance

Anne has $200,000 of liability coverage as part of her auto insurance. She is in a 10-car accident and found to be at fault for $500,000 of damages. Auto insurance will cover the first $200,000. Umbrella insurance covers the remaining $300,000.



What’s included in umbrella insurance?

  • Bodily Injury
  • Property Damage Liability
  • Family Coverage
  • Additional Coverage  libel, slander, false arrest, and invasion of privacy





Security Service Insurance (SSI) is a subsidiary of Security Service Federal Credit Union. Products offered by SSI are not insured by the National Credit Union Administration (NCUA) and are not issued, guaranteed or underwritten by Security Service.