I can totally sympathize with this guy. While Leah's violin is not worth four million, it is worth a lot and to lose it would be very hard indeed. The musician in this story says that the violin is not just an object, it becomes an extension of your body. I would say Leah has definitely developed an emotional attachment to her violin, and all the insurance policies in the world couldn't replace it, though we have them just in case.
Get it? Just in case?
Be thankful ~