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Horse Appraisal Services for Equine Litigation - What Questions to Ask before you Hire an Equine Appraiser

15 Questions to Ask Potential Equine Appraisers before Equine Litigation

Equine law cases While you probably hired a successful equine attorney, an equine appraiser provides important keys to help unlock your equine law case, especially if it gets to litigation. Therefore, an equine apprai...
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What do you need to know about equine appraisers?

What does an Equine Appraiser Do?

As a horse owner, have you ever wondered what an equine appraiser does? Or, how to select the most qualified equine appraisal expert?...
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Contacting your equine insurance company in an emergency is always a condition of coverage. Failure to report your horse's illness or injury can cause your horse's policy to become null and void. Notifying the insurance company of a problem does not force you to make a claim. It simply makes the insurance company aware of a potential problem.

Maintaining Your Equine Insurance Policy

Contacting your equine insurance company in an emergency is always a condition of coverage. Failure to report your horse's illness or injury can cause your horse's policy to become null and void. Notifying the insurance co...
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The Zen Approach to Buying Equine Insurance

The Zen Approach to Buying Equine Insurance

Here's an important question to ask your insurance broker before purchasing loss of use insurance. If a claim is filed, what happens to your horse? Click to find out why....
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Horse's Agreed Value vs. Horse's Actual Cash Value

How to Find Your Best Equine Insurance

When considering purchasing equine mortality insurance you may come across different terms related to your horse's value. These include “agreed value” and “actual cash value” (fair market value). So what's it all...
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USEF's 12 Hour Rule Takes Effect December 1

Understanding Care, Custody or Control Insurance in Equine Industry

A review of certain master policies reveals that care, custody or control (“CCC”) is expressly excluded from coverage. Further, CCC policies only cover damage to the horse and not damage to third parties....
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Selling Your Horse On Trial? 5 Provisions for a Horse Sale & Trial Agreement

Selling Your Horse On Trial? 5 Provisions for a Horse Sale & Trial Agreement

Before you send your sale horse out on a trial, consider the potential legalities and how you can best protect yourself....
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Horse Boarding: A Meeting of the Minds

Horse Boarding: A Meeting of the Minds

Contracts regarding equine-related activities have their own peculiar clauses and covenants. Nevertheless, basic principles of contract law do apply when leasing a stall or boarding a horse at a horse facility....
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Horse Leases: What You Need to Know

Horse Leases: What You Need to Know

A pony, qualified for Devon and Pony Finals, was leased for a year. The Lessee arranged to make two payments to the Lessor. The second was due after Pony Finals. After the competition, instead of paying the funds, the ...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

RICHARD HAUSER, Plaintiff, v. GREAT AMERICAN ASSURANCE COMPANY, Defendant.

When you insure your horse, do you know the terms of your equine insurance policy? A horse owner purchased an Equine Mortality Broad Form Policy through Great American, leading to this lawsuit against Great American....
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STATE OF MICHIGAN v. JULIE ANNE ROSSETTO

STATE OF MICHIGAN v. JULIE ANNE ROSSETTO

Julie Rossetto, DVM is charged with two counts each of forgery and uttering and publishing, according to the criminal complaint. She is accused of forging a Bill of Sale and insurance claim after the death of her reining...
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Equine Law Matter - Closed - Get Information, Read Court Documents

DIAMOND STATE INSURANCE COMPANY, and GREAT AMERICAN INSURANCE COMPANY, Plaintiffs, v. DONALD LEE DEARDORFF Defendants.

The Plaintiffs, who are two equine insurance companies, paid the owners for the loss of their horses, and then brought this suit against the Defendant, who is a horse trainer, to recover the amounts paid to the owners....
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