Chances are you have been in a situation where your insurance company won’t pay out due to some “fine print” clause. Well, this pet insurance company has one of those clauses… coverage can be denied if an injury results from, “jumping, running, slipping, tripping or playing.” So basically, being a dog.
“A Vancouver lawyer who specializes in animal rights law says the policy has “one of the craziest clauses” she’s ever come across. “Basically, what that policy says is, the dog can’t be a dog,” (cbc.ca)
Reminds me when a tree limb fell and hit my car… Insurance wouldn’t cover it because they said it was, “an act of God.” That blurry-lined definition cost me a couple grand!
The pet insurance company did eventually pay out the claim, but only after a third party, brought in to review and investigate the case, requested an interview.
You can read more about it HERE.