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There are over 10,000 specialist fish and chip shops in the UK according to the National Federation of Fish Fryers. Every reputable business in this sector will have tailored fish and chip shop insurance in place. If you run a traditional English takeaway, a seaside café or other fish and chip restaurant then you need to have insurance in place to protect your business and customers. What should be covered by your fish and chip shop insurance though?

Compulsory and Optional Fish and Chip Shop Insurance

From a legal perspective, the only cover a fish and chip shop must have in place is employers’ liability insurance. If you employ a single person, casual worker or temporary staff member then it is your legal obligation to have this kind of fish and chip shop insurance in place. All other covers are optional but many of them are vital to the smart and prudent business owner.

Sensible business owners will make sure they have public liability insurance in place too. It protects your business against any claims made by third parties who allege they have an injury or damage to their property damaged because of your business. Most policies available offer cover from £1 million upwards, which ensures peace of mind should the worst happen. Other insurances you may want to consider include business equipment and other business cover offers. Contacting Just Quote Me will allow us to find the best fish and chip shop insurance package for your business.

Fish and Chip Ship Insurance with Just Quote Me

Working with businesses in all sectors, has given the professional team at Just Quote Me experience in many niche areas. Our professional expertise allows us to offer a fair and honest appraisal of the insurance cover you may need for your fish and chip business. Call us today to discuss your insurance requirements.

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