Most dog walkers should have a basic umbrella insurance policy which protects pet owners from any claim related to their dog’s actions in public. To obtain this policy, find out, “What is an umbrella insurance policy?” (See How to Choose a Policy, section 5 below.)
How to choose a policy ?
Most private dog walkers insurance policies provide coverage for your dog to keep him from being exposed to hazards and hazards in his own and another people’s property. As an example, consider a dog who gets loose in the parking lot at a shopping mall and enters into some sort of dangerous situation resulting in property damage, injury, death, or a third party taking steps to remove the dog.
To purchase insurance for your dog, choose from the types listed below:
“The best option”
Most umbrella insurance claims are paid in full.
Your policy may pay a percentage of your losses. This percentage should be at least one-half of your insured losses, which should be at least the sum of your deductible and your premium plus your dog’s total number of walks for the year. Please note that the percentage of your covered losses may be greater than one-half your covered losses. This is discussed in More About Your Dog’s Dog Walkers’ Policies, below.
“Best policy for a limited time”
Your policy may provide a lifetime no-fault-in-action policy, where, after the dog has been on the premises for certain “specified” time periods of time (e.g., up to one year), then his dog will not be covered for any uninsured incidents. For example, if you have a dog at your house for a couple of years, there is a chance you have no deductible, so the maximum allowable percentage of your loss will be less than one-half of your deductible. This will prevent you from having a claims agent call about your dog having done something stupid on the premises, or to take your dog away from home after you have paid for their health insurance premiums or other expenses!
“Best for all situations”
Your policy may be for a maximum period of time. For example, if you have a dog for a little over two years of time, there is a chance this may cover your dog if your pet is lost in New York City! For the most part, the policy type for a specific situation will vary slightly from policy to policy. Please contact your insurance company about choosing
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