RLI Personal Umbrella Policy
A PERSONAL UMBRELLA POLICY
provides an extra layer of very affordable liabilty protection for your for your clients' personal assets and future earnings.
- Stand Alone Umbrella -No requirements on underlying carrier
- Excess UM/UIM offered in all states
- No age limit on drivers
- Admitted in all 50 states and D.C.
- Self - Underwriting Application
- Easy Online Quoting
- Available limits up to $5 million
RLI's electronic access system - is now available! Apply for and
manage policies online, including e-signature and credit card payment
cababilities, billing and customer service inquiries.
YOU CAN HAVE MULTIPLE USERS IN ONE AGENCY WITH A UNIQUE USER ID.
Click here to watch a video on how to set a user up!
If you do not know the login and temp password for your agency you may need to contact Kari McAfee.
easy quick way to Bind!! Esignature!
Click this E-Signature Walk Through Video
to learn how simple the process can be for your insured's.
If you would like to simply work up a paperless quote you can access the RLI portal by click this Quick Quote
link.TO BECOME A SUB-AGENT (IF NOT ALREADY ONE) COMPLETE SEND A REQUEST TO:
Kari McAfee at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Paper applications are still accepted and can be emailed to email@example.com
or mailed to:
5000 North Shore Dr.
North Little Rock, AR 72118 Click link below for application and rate guide.RLI application and rate sheets-current.pdf
DON’T LET YOUR CUSTOMERS MAKE THE WRONG ASSUMPTIONS.
have homeowners and auto insurance — however, if your customers
aren’t protected by a personal umbrella policy, they could be putting
their house or financialassets at risk.
RLI Personal Umbrella Policy is a low-cost policy that substantially
increases overall liability coverage beyond the basic protection
provided under homeowners and auto insurance policies.
rated A+ by A.M. Best, offers their personal umbrella coverage so your
customers can protect their hard-earned assets. Getting a quote is easy
and coverage is very affordable.BECAUSE UNEXPECTED
In Louisiana, an
insured’s teenage son was
driving his younger sister and
her friend to the movies. He lost
control of the vehicle, left the
road and hit a telephone pole.
The friend permanently lost the
use of her right arm and suffered
severe brain injuries resulting in
permanent brain damage.
The claim was settled
for more than the insured’s auto
policy would cover. Without the
Personal Umbrella Policy, the
insured would have had to pay
$1 million out of their own pocket.
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