Spivey Law firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. is accepting COVID-19 business interruption claims. Contact Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. for a confidential consultation about your coronavirus-related legal matter.
Business Losses Related to COVID-19 May Be Covered - Contact an Insurance Coverage Attorney
Business interruption insurance coverage is based on the policy language itself. To find out if losses caused by COVID-19 are covered under the business policy, a review must be done of the policy and, in particular, any definitions of business insurance coverage. Our team of attorneys are working to conduct analysis of insurance coverage to determine whether an insurance policy with business interruption insurance will cover losses related to COVID-19 or coronavirus.
Insurance companies are already trying to avoid paying business interruption claims for restaurants and other businesses, and they have been denying coverage for government actions or similar language when businesses were under emergency orders to shut down.
The fact that insurance companies have denied these claims does not mean coverage does not exist for COVID-19 or coronavirus related losses. An initial denial of coverage has become a standard practice for insurance companies. If you want to know if you have a claim or after the denial of your claim, your business should consult with an experienced insurance coverage attorney to review the policy and facts of your business situation.
If your business has had losses during the COVID-19 crisis and you have been denied coverage or want to determine if coverage exists for your business, contact Spivey Law Firm, Personal Injury Attorneys, P.A. for a confidential consultation. We have the expertise to assist you. We are available 24/7, and there are no costs or attorney fees until we get a monetary recovery for you.
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Many businesses have business interruption insurance, also known as business income insurance. This insurance covers businesses after a disaster has caused a loss of income.