Insurance Company Refuses to Insure Homeowner because of her Dog

Once again the insurance industry is cutting back on the types of dogs it agrees to insure.

According to the Insurance Information Institute, dog bite claims cost the insurance industry around $300 million dollars annually.  As such, dog bite claims are costing the insurance company big money and now they are trying to prevent further losses by refusing to insure dogs they consider to be too vicious or too dangerous. 

I found today an example of an insurance company failing, once again, to insure a dog owner.  Please click here for the full article provided by the Poughkeepsie Journal, and please contact me should you have any questions about dog bite law in Massachusetts.