would you do if your musical
equipment was lost or stolen?
Could you afford
to pay out thousands of pounds if
someone tripped over your speaker stand or lightstand
at a gig and broke their leg?
for these eventualities by taking out insurance. You'll be
surprised at how inexpensive it is - for the price of a couple
of gigs you could insure all your sound equipment and be safe
in the knowledge that if your gear is stolen, you can walk
in to your local music shop and replace it.
Don't rely on the venues insurance to pay out if someone trips
over a mic cable or a speaker lead...it's YOUR equipment that
caused the accident and YOU'RE responsible!
For less than the price of a gig, you can cover yourself for
Public Liability for a whole year.
There are many specialist insurance providers providing flexible
cover for singers, musicians and their equipment. There isn't
a particular one we recommend as all policies are different
so you should get one that suits your particular needs. However
our advice is to look for a policy that includes at least
£1 million of public liability cover and at least £10,000
personal accident cover, and make sure this cover applies
regardless of whether you're a professional or an amateur.
Another important thing to check is that the insurance company
is GISC regulated.
You can usually get an instant quote and cover online and
download the policy details immediately.
So, don't wait for accidents to happen - get Googling now!