Here’s what pet owners in Singapore need to know before buying pet insurance.
Pet insurance is a growing market perhaps because vets’ bills can feel pretty catastrophic. Operations and treatments for nasty injury, or serious illness, can result in a vet proposing treatments costing $2000, $3000, $5000, or even $11,000. Figures like those incline pet owners to see pet insurance as much as a welfare system for vets, as it is for
Sometimes insurers don’t want to pay your claim. Why? Because if they don’t have to, they probably won’t. Them paying does not depend on their mood but on what they are legally bound to do, which is determined by the contract that they have with you: it’s called your policy. As ever, it takes 2
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