Care home managers and owners must review potential insurance policies very carefully.
Given your employees, it’s legally required to have employers’ liability insurance. To take care of your premises, building insurance and contents insurance is usually high on the priority list. Public liability insurance is also very common. After all, you’ll have residents – and guests.
Care home insurance policies will often also include infectious disease cover. Medical malpractice cover also features in many care home specific insurance policies.
When comparing care home insurance quotes online, it’s important to see what cover it offers. You may need to take out additional specific cover if you want to be fully covered. However, that’s usually not as cost-effective.
One smart approach is to begin with the cover you need. This can be made out as a list and double-checked. Make sure you don’t leave off anything important!
This way you can easily set aside policies and quotes that don’t deliver on what you need. This makes the review process faster, freeing up time for a careful consideration of those policies which suit your requirements.
Consider the premium, excess, and other specifics in the quotes. Make sure you’re happy with the quote you choose. Take the time you need to confirm the amounts you’ll pay. Are you comfortable with them?
You should also remember that the world of insurance changes constantly. When it’s time to renew your policy, compare it to the rest of the market again.
Shop around for the policy that best fits your needs. It’s possible to make significant savings by always checking the policy you have against other options.
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As we get older we often become more susceptible to health problems, disability and poor mobility; eventually of course we will all die. Both situations are naturally very distressing for family and dependants. However, the situation can be made worse if the ill / deceased was the main income provider and there are still bills to pay.