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Kentucky Daycare Sues Insurer for at Least $400,000 Over Denied COVID-19 Claim

After ABC Daycare and Learning Center in Richmond was ordered by Governor Andy Beshear to close its doors on March 20th due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the facility, like many other businesses, filed a business interruption claim with its insurer…
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Business Owners in Kansas Want to Know if Their Insurer Should be Covering Claims for Pandemic-Related Losses

Questions related to business interruption insurance have been circulating the internet for months now as business owners are unable to confirm whether or not they are actually entitled to coverage under their business interruption policies.…
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Citizens Insurance Sued by Large Restaurant Group in Indiana Over Denied Business Interruption Claims

A large restaurant group in Indiana is suing its insurer, Citizens Insurance Co. of America after the company denied its COVID-19-related claims. Patachou Inc., which is the company behind the lawsuit, was founded in 1989 by Martha Hoover and…
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COVID-19 Pandemic Has Bar Owner in Iowa Struggling to Get By and He is Getting No Help from His Insurer

The COVID-19 pandemic has taken a toll on restaurants and bars in Iowa after all were required to stop operations or limit the services they offered. With little to no revenue coming in, many began making the necessary modifications needed to…
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Italian Village Restaurant in Illinois is Suing Its Insurer for Denying its Coronavirus-Related Business Interruption Claim

An Italian restaurant in Chicago, Illinois has joined dozens of other business owners in the battle between insurance companies and businesses. The Chicago Daily Law Bulletin recently reported that the eatery, Italian Village Restaurant, has…
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Idaho, Businesses Prepare for Litigation as Insurers Continue to Deny Business Interruption Claims

While many businesses are in the process of opening back up and resuming with their normal operations, others are preparing themselves for litigation. After the COVID-19 pandemic shuttered many businesses in Idaho, putting some in a deep financial…
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Florida businesses may be assisted with insurance claims by government orders that say coronavirus causes property damage

Some municipalities in Florida are now using language in their shut down orders that will make businesses eligible for interruption insurance claims. A battle over business interruption insurance is starting to emerge in courtrooms Many…
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Disputes Erupt Between Insurance Companies and Business Owners in Hawaii Over COVID-19 Claims

Business owners in Hawaii are baffled by the responses they are receiving from their insurance companies regarding their COVID-19-related claims. While many businesses purchased business interruption insurance for instances such as the current…
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Georgia Dentist Files Class-Action Lawsuit Against Business Insurer for Refusing to Cover his COVID-19 Claims

A dentist in Georgia has brought a lawsuit against his insurer, The Hartford Financial Services Group, after the company refused to cover his claim which seeks coverage for COVID-19-related losses [Source: Marietta Daily Journal]. Dr. Roy Johnson,…
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South Florida Restaurant Sues Lloyd’s of London Over Coronavirus-Related Business Interruption Coverage

Business owners in Florida are fed up with the responses they are receiving from their insurers regarding their claims filed for COVID-19-related losses and many are turning to the courts for help. A Florida restaurant chain owner with branches…