COVID-related Insurance Claims
Businesses and organizations across the county have had to shutter their doors and limit or cease their operations due to the COVID-19 pandemic and states’ and municipalities’ shelter-in-place orders. Many of these same organizations and businesses have been paying insurance premiums for decades to protect against losses for an unforeseen event just like this. But after years of accepting premium payments, the insurance industry has gone on record stating the COVID-19-related losses should not be covered. Although some states and possibly the federal government may seek to pass new legislation to address whether insurance policies cover such claims, businesses and organization need assistance now to find solutions. Given this unpredictable and changing landscape, it is important for policyholders to protect their rights by filing notice of claims with their insurers and, if necessary, filing lawsuits to obtain insurance coverage for their losses.
Loevy & Loevy has a proven track record in going against insurance companies, including some of the biggest, and winning.
If you believe that you have an insurance policy that covers your organization’s or business’s losses as a result of any COVID-19-related issues, we are available to assist you in evaluating possible coverage, filing notice of claims with your insurance carrier, and can possibly representing you in a coverage lawsuit if your carrier denies coverage.
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Topic: Police Misconduct
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