Carer & Employer Insurance
We provide cover for those who employ carers and who work as carers.
Why should you choose
Fish Administration Ltd. are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority
Providing specialist insurance for over 40 years
Specially-trained friendly staff, based here in the UK
80,000 happy customers so far… and growing every day
One of the UK’s biggest disability and independent living insurance providers
Every policy we offer has been specifically designed to meet the requirements of our customers
See what our customers are saying about Fish’s service
What our insurance means to you
If you’re an employer
If you’re employing a carer or personal assistant through direct payments, individual budgets or personal funds, it is a legal requirement for you to have Employers’ Liability Insurance in place.
This protects you in case the person that you’ve employed is injured or ill while they are working for you and they seek compensation against you.
If you’re a carer
Our Carer and Personal Assistant (PA) Insurance helps protect self-employed carers in areas such as Public Liability Insurance and personal accident cover.
This includes, but is not limited to: legal costs and expenses; accidental bodily injury.
Fish work closely with many local authorities, CCGs and support organisations. In doing so, we have built strong relationships with these partners and are proud to work with them.
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