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Wednesday, 1 June 2011
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Fish and chip shop insurance is specifically designed to cover the requirements of this specialty business.

Developed in the 1980s from the more general shop insurance, fish and chip shop insurance was part of a new policy of bundling together industry specific coverage policies. So fish and chip shop insurance is tailored to meet the specific inherent risks involved with running a fish and chip eatery.

As with other types of shops, the business often is the only source of income for the business owner and family. In such cases, it is important that the shop is protected against circumstances that could endanger or interrupt the business and its resulting income. Like other types of shop insurance, coverage can generally include protection against theft, loss, fire, flood, storm, accidental damage and public liability depending on the specific policy chosen.

Policy price can depend on requirements such as cleaning extraction canopies, ductwork and ventilation systems. Some specific types of cover that apply to fish and chip shop insurance are frozen food and seasonal stock increase.

In addition, the insurance policy should cover other items normally included in shop coverage. This can include protection against storms, floods and other natural disasters; fire; and theft. If the shop hires employees, the law in the United Kingdom requires employer's liability cover to protect against loss incurred when an employee is injured due to the employer's neglect.

Fish and chip shop insurance differs from other shop insurance in that it has specific cover for the deep frying fish range. Because of the nature of frying oils, fires can easily break out that must be carefully extinguished to avoid explosions. Policies are built around such potential risks linked with the frying range.

Business contents insurance covers all the equipment, furnishings, records and other items found inside the shop. However, one should check the policy to ensure that items like outdoor signs, windows and storefronts are covered. If you own the building premises, you will want building coverage as part of your policy. This will pay for repairs, and if necessary the major cost of reconstructing the entire building.

Business interruption cover will protect against such eventualities as fan and ventilation failure, denial of access to the shop, loss or damage of public utility, and supplier problems. A good shop insurance policy will compensate the owner for lost earnings during the business interruption.

Public liability protects the business in case a customer or other member of the public is injured in the fish and chip shop due to the shop owner's negligence. This type of cover is required by law.

Another item to check for in the insurance policy is coverage of goods in transit. Normal contents cover may not protect against loss or damage of goods on their way to the shop. In the case of frozen food delivery, this can be an important type of protection.

Care is needed in ensuring that the insurance policy adequately covers all aspects of the fish and chip shop business.

The state of Illinois takes very good care of the insurance needs of its citizens. There are public as well as private insurance policies, with different options to suits all kinds of people and their requirements.

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