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Colorado Restaurant Owners Say They are Receiving No Help from Their Insurers for Losses Stemming from COVID-19 Closures

After Governor Jared Polis ordered restaurants to close in-house dining in March to help curb the spread of the COVID-19 virus, Steve and Robin Humble decided it was time to file a claim under their business interruption policy [Source: Aspen…
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California, Bar Used as a Setting for the Film “Once Upon a Time … in Hollywood” Sues Insurer Over COVID-19 Claim

If you watched the film “Once Upon a Time…In Hollywood” which stars some of Hollywood’s most popular actors such as Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, and Margo Robbie, you may recall a bar scene where Pitt introduces DiCaprio to Al Pacino.…
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Litigation May Be the Only Way Businesses in Arkansas Can Get Their Insurers to Cover Their COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims

Business owners everywhere are turning to insurance claims denial lawyers for legal advice and help. While some want to know why their insurer is denying their business interruption claim even when coverage is warranted, others are rushing their…
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Arizona Insurers Say Most Business Interruption Insurance Policies Require Structural Damage

Business owners in Arizona have grown increasingly frustrated over the last few months as many are finding out that their insurance companies don’t want to cover their business interruption claims stemming from COVID-19 losses. Some have even…
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Business Interruption Insurance Unlikely to Cover COVID-19-Related Claims Submitted by Alaska Business Owners

Business owners in Alaska purchase insurance for one thing and one thing only—to ensure their business is protected. They want to know that if a fire or flood were to occur or their operations were disrupted by a government shutdown that their…
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Florida Dive Shop Sues Insurer for Acting in Bad Faith After It Denied its Business Interruption Claim

A dive shop located in Tavernier, Florida has brought a lawsuit against its insurer, Tokio Marine Specialty Insurance Co. after it denied the shop’s business interruption claim stemming from COVID-19 losses [Source: Insurance Journal]. After…
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Wagner’s Shoes in Alabama Accuses Insurer of Acting in Bad Faith in Lawsuit After it Denied its Business Interruption Claim

After Tuscaloosa Mayor Walt Maddox and Governor Kay Ivey issued orders that required non-essential businesses to close, Wagner’s Shoes, a “Tuscaloosa staple,” filed a business interruption claim with its insurer Auto-Owners Insurance.…
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Wyoming, The Hartford Insurance Sued by Small Business Owners for Denying COVID-19 Claims

Hartford Insurance offers business insurance to business owners located in various states across the U.S., including Wyoming. The company not only provides business property insurance but also business liability insurance in a single policy…
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Wisconsin-Based Insurer Facing Multiple Lawsuits from Business Owners for Denying COVID-19-Related Claims

Wisconsin-based insurer, Society Insurance, is being hit with lawsuits from all angles after it denied claims submitted by business owners seeking coverage for COVID-19-related losses. Two of the lawsuits brought against the insurance company…
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District of Columbia, Owners of Proper 21 Sue Insurer for Wrongfully Denying Their Business Interruption Claim

After the upscale sports bar was forced by the government to close its dining room doors to customers as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, NIEUW Group, the company that owns the bar, filed a business interruption claim with its insurer, Seneca…