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Liberty Mutual Pet Insurance

 

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Company Intro

Liberty Mutual has been selling insurance since 1912 but just starting in the pet insurance business in 2020. Supported by one of the oldest and most established insurance companies in the world, Liberty Mutual Pet insurance is a great option for pet parents looking for quality and stability.

Coverage Options

Liberty offers three distinct levels of coverage for dogs and cats. Accident, Accident & Illness and Accident, Illness & Wellness. Here is a brief overview of each plan and what they cover.

Accident

Liberty’s Accident plan is the least expensive but also offers the least amount of coverage. Namely, it does not cover illnesses, so we do not recommend this plan.

  • Accidental injuries (including to permanent teeth)
  • Euthanasia or anesthesia
    due to an accident
  • Cremation and burial expenses
    due to an accident
  • Ingestion of a foreign object (up to two treatments max per policy year)
  • Accidental death

Accident & Illness (Recommended)

The Accident & Illness plan is the most popular and compares to standard pet insurance plans. This coverage option applies to unexpected vet bills due to both accidents and illnesses. So, if your dog or cat gets sick or injured you’re covered.

  • Accidental injuries (including to permanent teeth)
  • Euthanasia or anesthesia
    due to an accident
  • Cremation and burial expenses
    due to an accident
  • Ingestion of a foreign object (up to two treatments max per policy year)
  • Accidental death
  • Illnesses (e.g., cancer, influenza, and kennel cough)
  • Alternative medicine
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Hereditary and congenital conditions

Accident, Illness & Wellness

The third and final option is the most expensive but also the most comprehensive. In addition to accident and illness coverage, this plan covers routine care expenses as well.

  • Accidental injuries (including to permanent teeth)
  • Euthanasia or anesthesia
    due to an accident
  • Cremation and burial expenses
    due to an accident
  • Ingestion of a foreign object (up to two treatments max per policy year)
  • Accidental death
  • Illnesses (e.g., cancer, influenza, and kennel cough)
  • Alternative medicine
  • Behavioral therapy
  • Hereditary and congenital conditions
  • Wellness exams*
  • Intestinal deworming*
  • Routine dental cleaning*
  • Spaying/neutering*
  • Flea and tick prevention*
  • Heartworm tests and medication*
  • Dietary food and supplements*
  • Prescription medications*
  • Boosters and vaccinations*

*Fixed payment amounts for the following (not subject to deductible and annual maximum)

Coverage Exclusions

Like any pet insurance company, Liberty has a relatively standard list of exclusions:

  • Pre-existing conditions
  • Breeding/pregnancy
  • Organ and tissue transplants
  • Experimental and investigations
  • Professional or commercial use
  • Unlawful acts
  • Hereditary and congenital conditions (excluded on accident policy only)

Policy Customization

Like many pet insurers, Liberty allows you to customize your plan to meet your monthly budget and goals.

Annual Maximum

You can choose $5,000, $10,000 or $15,000 per year.

Deductible

You can choose between $250, $500 or $1,000.

Reimbursement

Select either, 70%, 80% or 90% reimbursement.

Waiting Periods

Liberty is unique in that it only has a 24 hour waiting period for any health related issue.

 

How Much Does It Cost?

We ran quotes to give you an idea of what you might pay. Keep in mind however that just like any pet insurance provider, Liberty bases it’s pet insurance prices on your pet’s breed, age and where you live. So, in order to see what you will pay you’ll want to get your own quote.

Accident & Illness Plan for a Dog:

  • Cost: $73/month
  • Deductible: $250
  • Reimbursement: 90%
  • Annual Limit: $10,000
  • Note: Price for a 2 year-old mixed breed dog in Columbus, Ohio

Accident & Illness Plan for a Cat:

  • Cost: $39/month
  • Deductible: $250
  • Reimbursement: 90%
  • Annual Limit: $10,000
  • Note: Price for a 3 year-old mixed breed cat in Columbus, Ohio

Conclusion

There are a lot of great pet insurance options. In fact, there are over 20 different companies offering plans for dogs and cats. But, if you’re looking for excellent coverage from a big brand that’s been selling insurance for over 100 years, Liberty Mutual Pet Insurance is an excellent choice.

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