In response to the Coronavirus travel restrictions, Lark Music, the leading musical instrument insurance provider, has today announced the launch of a Practising Only policy with tailored annual cover for stay-at-home musicians from £25.
The new musical instrument policy covers musicians who will be playing their treasured instrument at home during the Coronavirus restrictions and therefore do not need travel cover.
Lark Music Manager, Fay Watts, said: “The new policy is perfect for those looking to insure their instrument during lockdown or confinement restrictions across the world. Many musicians spend their working lives travelling from venue to venue, so at this extraordinary time it makes sense to create a new Practising Only policy so the instrument is insured while musicians are practising at home.
“It is also a perfect introduction to our insurance plans, with annual payments from £25, to ensure clients can rest assured their instrument is fully insured. Once we move to the new normal, whatever that may be, clients can revise their policy for travel and playing outside of the home.”
The Practising Only policy covers accidents and breakages, thefts at home, water damage and fire damage at home but removes all the unnecessary extras that would not be needed at this time.
As soon as the travel restrictions are removed, a member of the Lark Music team will contact clients to review policy cover and make the relevant amendments to ensure the correct cover is in place.
The Lark Music team understands that for many people their instrument is their livelihood, so will ensure they are protected and have the flexibility to revise their policy at any time.
For further information or a quote, please contact us.