- Professional Liability
- Workers’ Compensation
- General Liability/Package Policy
- Non-Owned and Hired Auto
- Directors’ & Officers’ (D&O) Liability
- Employment Practices Liability Insurance (EPLI)
- Regulatory Audit (RAC) Insurance Coverage
Families across America are increasingly turning to companion care and support agencies to help them take care of their loved ones when they no longer can do it on their own. These companies provide non-medical home care assistance and support for daily living activities. With these services come inherent risks and responsibilities. Exposures can range from workers’ compensation injuries, to professional liability claims and automobile accidents, just to name a few. In addition, many states have specific licensure laws and regulations that govern companion care.
At Manchester Specialty Programs, we deliver an insurance program specifically designed for companion care agencies, including franchises, one of the fastest-growing health care sectors in the country. Our comprehensive insurance program is designed to help these agencies continue to provide the important services they offer throughout our communities.
Types of non-medical services offered depend on the organization and may include:
Manchester Specialty provides a comprehensive insurance program that addresses the various exposures that arise from the services provided by the companion care and support services segment.
Not all of the products or services described on this website are available in all states or for all types of health care providers. Your firm may not be eligible for any/all of the insurance products or services described in this website. Manchester Specialty Programs Inc. reserves the right to determine all eligibility for such products or services at its underwriting discretion.
The information available on this website is only intended to be a general information resource regarding the matters covered, but is not offered as legal, accounting or other professional advice, and is not tailored to your specific exposure or business. You should evaluate all information on this website in consultation with your own local (or as a licensed) insurance agent or broker.