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Care & Nursing Home Insurance

Care and Nursing Home InsuranceWRS are experts when it comes to finding the right package of insurance policies for this sector.

In recent years, we have built-up a growing client base in the residential care, hospice and special needs sectors.

From homes for the elderly and children, right through to care homes for those with special needs, we can put together a bespoke, comprehensive package of covers and risk management assistance to cover every eventuality.

Covers can include:

• Buildings
• Contents
• All risks
• Public liability
• Employers Liability
• Loss of Income
• Money
• Legal expenses
• Malpractice
• Abuse cover
• Domiciliary care

How can we help?

We look forward to hearing from you so we can provide specialist advice and information

“I am very pleased with the speed and efficiency that my claim has received. One hears so much about the ‘Big Bad’ insurance companies, and as this is the first claim that I have had to make in over 40 years as a homeowner, I was not looking forward to the process. I have to say that both yourselves and Ecclesiastical have been extremely easy to deal with and my claim has been speedily dealt with. The whole process has been painless, helped in no small way by your pleasant E-mails. Thank you once again.”

Mike Sturla

Homeowner

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