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Public Liability Insurance Musicians
A musician relies on their instrument for their income. Without your Stradivarius or Amati violin in pristine condition you cannot serve your function at a gig. Or maybe you value your Fender Telecaster more than life itself. Either way, you need to the right protection for your instrument. Quotezone can help you find and choose the best and cheapest insurance to protect you and your musical career from loss or damage. We find online comparison quotes from UK sources of brokers and providers who can offer you prices to compare and decide which is best for you.
As a musician what kind of public liability insurance do I need?
To protect yourself and your instrument your coverage should offer enough that you can get full like-for-like replacement if your instrument is damaged or stolen. You must be able to carry on your musical career uninterrupted in the event of your instrument being indisposed. Also, if you carry heavy equipment, such as amplifiers, cords, wires, speakers and sound equipment you should not only protect yourself against loss and damage but also other people in case of harm caused through a fault of yours. Some accidents will just happen and whether you are the cause or not, your insurance can provide legal coverage to pay toward costs of court fees.
Does the FCA regulate Quotezone?
Quotezone and its panel of members are regulated under the Financial Conduct Authority and must comply with all rules and laws laid down for the protection of clients.
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