A house guest dove into a pool, sustained injuries and became paralyzed from the waist down. Claiming the injuries resulted from poor lighting in the pool area, the guest sued the homeowner for $30 million.
A newly retired executive was rear-ended and tragically sustained fatal injuries. The driver at fault had policy limits of only $400,000 – not nearly enough to properly compensate the estate and family.
A teen was driving a “souped up” golf cart and made a sudden turn. Her friend was ejected from the cart and sustained a serious head injury. The accident resulted in a seven-figure settlement.
If a lawsuit threatens the lifestyle you’ve built, who will be there for you? Do you have sufficient “umbrella protection” against what are often invisible risks? Protection to safeguard your family and your assets against claims of personal injury or property damage?