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5 Reasons Your Foster-Based Animal Rescue Needs Liability Insurance

Working with animals on a daily basis requires special individuals with big hearts and a strong will. Animal shelters and rescues rely on these individuals to run smoothly and make decisions in the best interest of the animals in need. 563 more words

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Checklist: Finding the Perfect Foster Parents

The most important service an animal shelter or rescue provides their local communities is matching animals with the perfect forever home and family. Sometimes adopting families are not readily available. 308 more words

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Understanding the Value of Accident Investigations for Your Animal Shelter

Accidents happen. Every day nonprofit animal shelter teams work to educate, provide, and raise money for animals in need in their communities and beyond. Directors in charge of these valuable animal rescue organizations know firsthand volunteers are the foundation of a nonprofit’s success. 499 more words

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Q & A: Insurance Information Institute’s Robert P. Hartwig

Robert P. Hartwig, president and CEO of the Insurance Information Institute (III), has been one of my most valued sources for facts and opinions about this often misunderstood industry. 913 more words

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Personal Auto Pricing Different Since Great Recession

Many changes have taken place since the Great Recession, forever altering the personal auto pricing cycle. My latest Actuarial Review article, which is already attracting positive feedback, takes an in-depth look into what has affected personal auto insurance premiums since 2008. 181 more words

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How to Start an Equine Rescue

There are many factors to be considered when starting your own rescue. In fact the process can be long and pretty intense.  Here is a quick guide to help you lay out a plan and get the process moving. 171 more words

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Importance of General Liability Insurance

Animal welfare organizations do a great deal of good for their local communities and the animals they help.  Directors of the organizations have a lot on their schedules with volunteer recruitment, volunteer training, fundraising, and the day to day operations that they often forget to look at their insurance protection plans to verify there is adequate coverage. 345 more words

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