Sorry, but . . . LOL – no. People do try this, though. The purpose of an LLC, and therefore what it ultimately protects, by law, is to protect its owners (Members) from liability for claims made arising out of the operations of the business in the LLC. If a person obtains a judgment against you personally, it’s possible that person could eventually find their way to owning your LLC membership interest, and ultimately/possibly the assets in the LLC. It’s a long road, but anything can happen if the prize is big enough.