Risk Mitigation Guide
Veterinary medicine comes with a unique set of challenges and risks. That’s why we are excited to share this Risk Mitigation Guide, designed specifically for veterinarians who work with a variety of animal species at every stage of their careers.
Through this guide, we invite you to discover the AVMA Trust and our steadfast dedication to DVMs.
Linda Ellis, DVM Director of Trust Veterinarians AVMA Trust
The dangers of working with animals exist no matter whether you make house calls or manage a bustling brick-and-mortar practice – and whether you are a sole practitioner or are part of a veterinary team.
Whether it’s the threat of physical injuries such as being bitten or scratched or simply the inherent risk of treating an animal that's a member of your client's family, working in veterinary medicine comes with a significant set of risks.
The AVMA Trust understands the unique professional and personal challenges that veterinarians face on a daily basis, and we’re here to help you insure yourself against those risks.
We created this guide specifically with you and your patients in mind. And while we know that selecting the right insurance coverages can feel overwhelming, we hope this guide can help answer your questions and set your mind at ease.
Connect with the Trust and let us do the legwork so you can get back to doing what you do best: caring for patients.