Insurance to cover public liability, breakdown of equipment, theft and business interruption for your veterinary practice, dealing with equine, small and large animals.
Insurance designed specifically for veterinary surgeries
Helpline services including Legal and Tax advice1 , Counselling1 , Business Advice1 and Emergency Glass Replacement2
A dedicated client manager
1 Provided by Aviva Insurance Limited
2 Provided by Evander
No cover is provided for losses related to war or radioactive contamination, as well as property more specifically insured under alternative policies. Additional exclusions apply to individual sections of cover - please refer to the Policy Wording.
- Buildings and contents insurance
- £5 million equipment breakdown cover
- Replacement drugs and vaccines cover
- Theft cover
- Animals in transit - £15,000 per animal in transit, in your care and custody cover with an overall limit of £50,000 in total
- Business Interruption1
- Freezer contents cover up to £5,000 in any one unit and £20,000 in total
- Public, Products and Employers’ Liability at £10 million limits
1 Based on annual turnover
Aon is one of the UK’s largest insurance brokers (ranked 3rd by brokerage, Insurance Times, August 2018).
Aon specialise in arranging business insurance for specific industries.
We have dedicated client managers who are available to provide guidance and support.
For all claims except those under the Legal Expenses section of your policy, please contact:
249 Midsummer Boulevard
Telephone Number: 01908 302202
Lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year
For Legal Expenses claims, please contact:
Aviva Insurance Limited
Telephone: 0345 030 7631
Lines are open 9.00am to 5.30pm, Monday to Friday
Veterinary Surgery Insurance is arranged by Aon UK Limited and underwritten by Maven Underwriters, which is a Managing General Agent operating under a delegated underwriting and claims authority on behalf of Aviva Insurance Limited. Maven Underwriters is a trading name of Aon UK Limited, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority.
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