Friday, 7 October 2016

Think Of Several Actions You Would Use To Describe A Dog,

if terms like,

jumping, running, slipping, tripping or playing sprang to mind you would have serious problems if you claim for an injury on your pet insurance, but when Jamie filed a claim to get reimbursed 80 per cent of her $4,200 vet costs, one of Canada's largest pet health insurance provider denied her claim, the company pointed to a clause in her policy denying coverage if a dog is injured while "jumping, running, slipping, tripping or playing." Jamie commented ‘It takes away from him being a dog, I think it defeats the principle of pet insurance.' however, the company have now reviewed the file and has agreed to pay Jamie’s claim, in a letter sent to Jamie, the company says it decided to provide compensation because "Muddy has been a part of the family for a long time." a Vancouver lawyer who specialises in animal rights law says Jamie's policy has "one of the craziest clauses" she's ever come across, so for pet owners in Canada, and I guess elsewhere for that matter read the fine print!

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