Equine Mortality Insurance in Turlock, CA
Working with horses—whether they’re pleasure horses or competition horses—takes an incredible amount of time and effort. A relationship undoubtedly develops between handler and animal as both play a significant role in each other’s lives. When the health of the horse is in question, equine mortality insurance helps lessen the role of economics into the decision-making process. For many horse owners, this peace of mind is priceless.
Equine Mortality Insurance Quotes in Turlock and Throughout California
At insureCAL, agents have the option to work with insurance providers like Great American Insurance, Markel, and Praetorian to provide quotes and coverage for equine mortality insurance. Agents can also provide quotes on existing policies to accommodate for life changes, like the purchase of a new horse.
These quotes accurately represent the cost of coverage for your horse’s death due to accident, illness, injury, or disease. Major medical and surgical cost coverage for expensive vet procedures can also be included.
What to Expect from Your Equine Mortality Insurance Policy
With an equine mortality policy, you and your horse have access to the following coverages: full mortality, emergency colic surgery, major medical, surgical, colic coverage, and accident and illness coverage.
insureCAL Agents Know Horses
Casey Lawler, insureCAL insurance agent, graduated with a Bachelor’s Degree in Animal Science and worked as a professional farrier for five years. He understands horses and is prepared to listen to you and develop a package that best fits your needs.
Casey is happy to answer your questions, including:
- Is major medical/surgical coverage available without mortality?
- What happens if my horse is stolen?
- How is the value placed on the horse?
- What about preexisting conditions?
- How old can my horse be?
California Department of Insurance
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Small Business Insurance Details and Resources (The U.S. Small Business Administration (SBA))