As a veterinarian, you most likely need coverage for your building, your business personal property, the personal property of others in your care, liability and employee on-the-job injuries.
And that is probably just the beginning, because veterinarians face some pretty unique risks. Below are some common industry-specific risks that can help you think about insurance you may need. Not every insurer or policy offers coverage for each one, so it’s important to have at least an idea of what you need when you’re shopping for coverage.
The first two columns will give you an idea of insurance veterinarians need–while final column shares which protections Erie Insurance offers for your risks.
Other lines of coverage veterinarians should consider adding are: (1) protection for check, credit, debit or charge card forgery or alteration; (2) employee dishonesty and theft; (3) sewer and drain backup; (4) commercial auto; (5) data breach; and (6) business life.
As you can see, having the right insurance is important—and complex.* To get some peace of mind about your coverage, it’s important to speak with an insurance professional like an Erie Insurance agent. ERIE has a program that includes products and services specifically developed to provide veterinarians like you with the protection you really need. A local Erie Insurance agent can tell you more about it and give you a free quote.
1 Available via Veterinarian Professional Liability Endorsement at extra cost.
2 Additional coverages and limits available at additional cost.