Thursday, August 25, 2011

Check it out! $5 ahead and feelin' good

Okay, this post is a little crass, but here goes. In June I wrote a check to Great American Insurance (I love them by the way) for my annual premium of $771.00. In August they reimbursed me for Riley's lameness expenses, $776.32. A total gain for me of $5.32. Hoo. Ray.  God love Great American for standing by Ri and I for five years.


  1. Ooh, that looks familiar. I had surgical insurance on my horse. The premium was fairly low back then...under $200, as I recall. We had a surgery and the insurance company paid to a tune of about $400. The next year, I got my bill for the new premium--$400+ dollars. So all it turned out to be was a delayed payment for the vet bill. I gave up after that. Guess I kind of felt I'd rather pay the vet directly than pay through the insurance company.

    In your circumstances, however, it actually paid off. Not much...but...*S*

  2. Awesome! I get my horse insurance from that same company and have been very happy with them.

  3. Lucy is insured through them and her premium is $575. Recently I had her scoped and treated for ulcers. The grand total for that was $1500 and they reimbursed me for $1250. They are awesome.


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