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During a routine dog grooming appointment, one of the groomers accidently cut Rusty’s nails too short, resulting in an infection and an expensive vet visit. The pet groomer’s professional liability insurance helped to pay for the client’s urgent care expenses.
While on his way to dropping off his German Shephard at Happy Dawgs pet day care, Owen slipped and fell on a patch of ice outside the front door of the business. Owen was injured and sued the Happy Dawgs for damages. The pet daycare business had Chubb general liability insurance, which paid for the cost of the lawsuit, including settlement amounts and attorney’s fees.
When a fire burned down her pet boutique, Amy was at risk of losing months of revenue while still having to meet payroll obligations. Her Chubb business interruption policy was able to help her pay herself and her employees until the store was rebuilt and up and running again.