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The McLaughlin Company
(202) 293-5566
1725 DeSales St., NW
Washington, DC
 
District of Columbia Insurance Federation
(202) 797-0757
P.O. Box 34757
Washington, DC
 
Davis Planning Associates, Inc
(202) 429-9393
1625 K St., NW
Washington, DC
 
Guardian Property & Casualty Company, Inc
(202) 204-8700
202-204-8700
Washington, DC
 
Steffen Insurance Agency Inc., State Farm Insurance
(703) 243-6565
2762 Washington Blvd Suite 1A
Arlington, VA
 
Chubb & Son, Inc.
(202) 822-3200
1920 L Street, NW Suite 700
Washington, DC
 
Alliance Insurance Services Inc
(202) 638-1010
1660 L St., NW #308
Washington, DC
 
Answer Title & Escrow LLC
(202) 204-0600
10 G St., NE
Washington, DC
 
Marsh USA Inc.
(202) 263-7600
1255-23rd Street, NW
Washington, DC
 
Michele Conley, State Farm Insurance
(202) 966-6677
4701 Wisconsin Avenue NW
Washington, DC
 

Pet Health Insurance Plans & Pet Care Coverage

Pet Insurance

Pet insurance is actually health insurance for your pet.

Some financial planners believe that pet insurance is not worth the cost of the policy. Having owned several cats myself, I'm not so sure. While a healthy pet is a minimal vet expense, if you happen to have a pet who gets into an accident or develops a serious health problem, it can be mighty expensive to get treatment.

However, pet insurance can cost between $2000 and $6000 over the life of your pet. That's a considerable amount of money. Pet insurance companies don't sell pet insurance where the risks are stacked against them. So, the likelihood that you will ever receive benefit's which equal the amount of premium you've paid is low. Better deal? Save the money that you would have spent on the pet insurance premium and put it in a savings vehicle. If your pet ever needs treatment, you'll have the money.

But some of us are not good at saving, yes? There's the challenge.

Also, remember that veterinary technology is keeping pace with human medical technology. Your vet will suggest new tests and new treatments - which can all be very expensive. Your pet could even get a transplant now! But the costs are significant.

Typically, if you get pet insurance you will have to keep the same things in mind as you do when you buy your own health insurance:

  • You will always have to pay something - pet insurance will have deductibles, co-payments and potential caps on the total amount paid out ...

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