Specialty insurance firm RLI is set to extend the coverage of its personal umbrella policy for Florida residents by offering a reduced liability attachment point.
According to the provider, Personal umbrella coverage will be made available to customers whose primary residence is in Florida and who have a minimum homeowners liability limit of $100,000.
The company has changed its policy offering following the recent changes in Florida’s personal liability insurance market.
Policyholders whose primary residence is in Florida may be eligible for the RLI personal umbrella policy even if they are unable to secure the standard $300,000 on their basic liability policy, for a flat fee.
The amendment is effective immediately for new applicants and will take effect 1November 2012 for current policyholders (renewals).
RLI provides its personal umbrella product through a network of brokers, FAIA/IIABA relationships and partnerships with other insurance companies.
The company caters a number of property and casualty coverages and surety bonds serving niche or underserved markets.