Business Interruption Update Written by Jean Pierre Nogues In an earlier post, we reported that efforts were underway in Congress and New Jersey to get insurers to pay business interruption losses for the COVID-19 pandemic even in the face of exclusions for causes, such as viruses and other biological agents. Massachusetts, Ohio, and, most recently, New York have joined in this effort and are now … Continue reading Pardon The Interruption, Yet Again
Written by Jean Pierre Nogues and Daniel M. Hayes
Escalating health concerns, governmental restrictions, empty shelves at retailers, supply chain disruptions, and wild gyrations in the financial markets. The COVID-19 virus and steps taken to reduce its spread are impacting more businesses in more ways each day.
In order to put yourself in the best position to weather this storm and recover as quickly as possible, it is vital that you consider and fully understand the defenses you or your business partners may have under your contracts, and whether you have any insurance coverage for your COVID-19 losses. Continue reading “Coronavirus Business Interruption”