Hunting can be an exhilarating and exciting outdoor activity, but you should always be prepared for the unexpected. You never know what could happen and it’s important to be prepared in case of a serious accident. Individual health insurance helps protect you against expensive medical bills that may occur if you are injured. It’s important that you and your family are covered by a sustainable policy.
Short and Long-term disability policies will help you and your family if you are injured and not able to work. Disability policies act as a form of income while you are recovering from your injuries.
Incidents have been known to happen from falling out of a tree blind, an injury caused by a fellow hunter, or even by the animal being hunted. You can prepare for these types of accidents by making sure you have the necessary insurance policies.
Suggestions for a Safe Hunting Trip:
- Review your health, disability and life insurance policies.
- Get a detailed map of the area you are hunting in.
- Make sure you have a compass and know how to use it.
- Carry a survival kit that contains a rope, a knife, water, waterproof matches, an emergency shelter, and a first aid kit.
- Always let someone know where you are going and when you plan to return.
One hospital visit can cost thousands, and you can’t get a loan from the animal you were trying to kill. Having the correct insurance coverage can save you time and stress if unexpected accidents happen.
Contact your insurance agent if you are a hunter and need more information regarding your policies.
Do you have questions regarding your life, disability or health insurance policy? At Kemner-Iott Agency, we can walk you through the process of finding the right Michigan health or life insurance for you, so you don’t have to worry.
If you’d like to discuss your policy, please contact us online with questions, or call one of our local insurance agencies below:
Ann Arbor: 734.971.1000