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Old 07-01-2020, 03:38 AM   #121
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Old 07-01-2020, 07:46 AM   #122
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We're with State Farm, and I actually had to use our umbrella policy once and they were real bulldogs. We won the case quickly, so I'm a loyal customer. Plus they went above & beyond when we had crazed teenage male drivers.

Here's our annual breakdown - we get discounts for multi-line and multi-car.

Umbrella ($2M) - $357
1 truck & 1 SUV - $1168
Homeowners - $1539
FIRE Class of 2018 @ 61

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Old 07-01-2020, 07:17 PM   #123
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Just switched insurance yesterday from Liberty Mutual to AAA.

For the same coverage, including $3 million umbrella went from:

Auto- $3,103.00/year (2 Cars. 3 Drivers (one youthful))
Homeowners - $1617.00/year
Umbrella - $1,098.00/year


Auto- $2,132/year (2 Cars. 3 Drivers (one youthful))
Homeowners - $985/year
Umbrella - $511/year

Savings: $2,190/year

Should have done it a lot sooner...
Retired in November 2018 at age 59. No regrets.
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Old 07-14-2020, 07:33 PM   #124
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We have $10mm umbrella. A group policy. Premium is around $1,575. I doubt I could get better pricing in the individual market.
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