Veterinary businesses need specific protections that many other companies may not require. In addition to the risk of natural disasters, litigation, or worker injury that most businesses face, veterinarians must also be ready to handle unfortunate situations like pet death, injury or disappearance.
While specific policies can help your veterinary business overcome field-specific hardships, vets will also need general insurance to cover things like business interruption due to property damage or customer injuries that occur at the office. When searching for business insurance for your veterinary practice, be sure to consider every situation in which you mich need insurance coverage. Vetinsure can assist veterinarians in determining which business insurance policies they need.
To find out more information about beneficial coverages that you should consider for your veterinary business’s insurance policy, contact Vetinsure. Vetinsure is a vet-centric organization that strives to help veterinary practices save money while still ensuring the practice has all of the coverage it needs. Vetinsure is strictly for veterinarians and does not provide pet insurance to pet owners.
Your business insurance should reflect the needs of your business. Call us at 800-272-1249 to discover if your veterinary practice has all of the insurance coverages that it needs.