LIKE many small businesses, veterinary practices will often buy in the advice they need when it comes to assessing their requirements in areas that fall outside their expertise. In this article, Keith Dickinson explains what an insurance broker can do for a practice, and suggests some questions that a practice might ask a broker to ensure that he or she is proactive and can offer relevant advice.
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