From Cheslock Insurance Agency
Equine Insurance: Coverage for Your Horse in a Dangerous World
No matter what your horse’s lifestyle is, they can encounter many dangers to their life and health. Manage those risks with equine coverage from Cheslock Insurance Agency for Fairmont, WV. Call us at (304) 366-4422 to speak with an agent. Choose from these types of coverage:
Equine Animal Mortality Coverage:
Provides death coverage across a broad range of perils, including accident, injury, sickness, and disease. Theft coverage is also included.
Loss of Use Coverage:
Provides coverage for a horse that becomes unfit for the first use specified in the policy. This only applies if the horse is rendered unfit through a covered accident, injury, sickness, or disease. Cheslock Insurance Agency also offers a limited loss of use option, covering only injury or accident.
Coverage Extension – Newly Purchased Animal:
Provides coverage for horses whom are newly purchased.
Equine Animal Mortality – Limited Coverage:
Provides death coverage from a specific list of causes, including fire, lightning, windstorm, hail, collision or upset while in transit, accidental shooting, drowning, and others. Theft coverage is also included.
Accident, Sickness, and Disease Coverage:
Provides coverage for a stallion who becomes incapable of stud service due to a covered impotence, infertility, accident, injury, sickness, or disease.
Increased Mare Valuation:
This increases the limit of insurance on a specific mare to include the cost of the stud fee or embryo for a specified pregnancy.
Customized Coverage: Protection from High-Cost Equine Vet Care
Emergency Colic Surgery Expense Coverage: Provides coverage for emergency colic surgery expenses at no additional cost.
Major Medical Expense Coverage:
Provides coverage for veterinary medical and surgical expenses incurred as a result of a covered accident, injury, sickness, or disease.
Surgical Expense Coverage:
Covers up to $5,000 of surgical expenses incurred to save the life of a horse when surgery is required as a direct result of a covered accident, injury, sickness, or disease.