Public Liability Insurance is provided by the Musicians’ Union to a limit of indemnity of £10 million per individual member.
This benefit of Musicians’ Union membership protects members from the financial consequences of claims against them for bodily injury and/or damage to property of any person not your employee whilst performing either solo or as part of a group/band/orchestra and/or whilst teaching in a public or private place (including at home).
This cover applies only to individual MU members who are based in the UK, and arein benefit with subscriptions in accordance with the Rules of the Union.
No separate registration is needed. In order to comply with the Union’s Public Liability insurance cover, members should be aware that:
This is a summary of cover only. Please refer to the policy wording and schedule for full details of the policy cover, terms and conditions available at themu.org
This policy will provide MU members with Public/ Products Liability Insurance, and will be issued for an annual period effective from 1 January 2016.
This policy is only operative whilst the individual registered member of the MU is performing, rehearsing, auditioning or composing, either solo or as part of a group, band or orchestra, and/or whilst teaching or mentoring in the field of music, either at the member’s own home or any other place and in transit thereto and therefrom, including the setting up and dismantling of equipment, and/or individual registered members of the Musicians’ Union whilst setting up, operating and dismantling sound or lighting equipment at ground level only. The Business includes the ownership, use and upkeep of your premises.
MU members will be insured whilst in Great Britain, Northern Ireland, the Channel Islands or the Isle of Man and while temporarily engaged on business on visits outside This policy provides cover in respect of legal liability for damages including legal costs for:
The limit of indemnity will be £10,000,000 any one claim (any one period in respect of Products liability).
In the unfortunate event that you need to make a claim, please contact Hencilla Canworth immediately.
Please note that late notification can lead to claims being repudiated.
Under no circumstances should you admit liability following a claim or an incident that could give rise to a claim.