Protect Policies from Fish Insurance
Specialist insurance for people who employ personal assistants (PAs) or carers to enable them to live independently in their own homes.
Our cover provides protection in the event of a claim resulting from injuries and damage to people and property.
Alongside this, customers have access to a whole host of additional benefits that enable them to employ with confidence, including access to 24-7 employment law, health & safety advice lines plus handy guides and top tips for those employing PAs and carers.
Key benefits of working with us
- Dedicated account manager
available to support you with any queries
- Access to our policy administration portal, Aquarium
so you can access all your clients’ insurance details in one place
- 24/7 Employment Law support
support from leading Health & Safety and Employment Law specialists, Peninsula
- Regular communication
email communications from us containing relevant news and information
Need employment law advice?
We work with Employment Law and Health and Safety experts, Peninsula, to provide support for you and our customers
Meet our Protect Team
This team works with Local Authorities, Support Organisations and CCGs across the UK to deliver our Protect policy range.
Becky is responsible for developing relationships with organisations based in Scotland, Northern Ireland, Yorkshire and on the East Coast. She is also our in-house employment law specialist.
David is responsible for developing relationships with organisations based in London and the South East.
See what our customers are saying about Fish’s service
Where can carers get free access?
When you’re employing a carer or working as a carer, it seems unfair that days out can cost twice the price that they do for other people because you’re having to buy two tickets. Fortunately, many businesses and establishments recognise this inequality and offer free or discounted access for accompanying carers. Due to the pandemic, NHS staff and paid carers are now also being rewarded for all their incredible efforts in their own spare time too with free concert tickets for events taking place across the country. Our blog explores where carers can get free access whilst working and also whilst off shift. Read More
Your guide to carers’ allowance
If you provide regular and substantial care for another person (or if they do so for you) on an ongoing basis, then Carer’s Allowance may be available to you. Carer’s Allowance is a financial payment from the government to carers. In this article, we provide information on Carer’s Allowance: what it is, how to access it and who is eligible for it. We will also look at how much Carer’s Allowance you can get and how to apply for it. Read More
How to become a registered carer
After them and regularly help them with things like washing and dressing, you can consider yourself a carer. If you’re a carer for a vulnerable person, you may be entitled to an allowance. However, you need to register to be eligible for this. In this article, we’ll discuss the steps you can take to register as a carer and whether or not a carer’s allowance affects your Employment and Support Allowance (ESA). Read More
No Jab, No Job – Can employers require employees to have the vaccine?
e has been much discussion recently following the UK government’s announcement to require those working in the care sector in England to be vaccinated against Covid-19. We asked Peninsula, the providers of our Employment Law and Health & Safety advice, to explain the ‘no jab no job’ policy in more detail. Here’s what they had to say Read More
We’re Celebrating Carers’ Rights Day 2021!
and is a necessary resource for all carers. This annual event does more than raise awareness of the vital role that carers have and what their needs are; it makes carers aware of their rights, and how and where to get support; something that many carers are either unaware of or feel too overwhelmed to try. Read More
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