Were You Told Your Business Interruption Insurance Doesn’t Cover Coronavirus?

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Do You Have Business Insurance from One of These Carriers?

  • Cincinnati

  • Hartford

  • Lloyd’s of London

  • State Auto

  • CNA

  • Aspen American

  • Oregon Mutual’s Businessowners

  • Society Insurance

  • Chubb Limited

If your business has been crippled by a government-mandated shutdown due to the coronavirus (COVID-19), and you have Business Interruption Insurance coverage from Lloyd’s of London, State Auto, CNA, Hartford, Cincinnati, Westchester, Chubb, Travelers, Transamerica, Nationwide, Society Insurance, Owners Insurance Co., Topa Insurance Co., Aspen American Insurance Co., Oregon Mutual, or National Casualty Company, you likely are counting on your business interruption insurance. This coverage is used to replace lost income, pay bills, and cover payroll, but even though that is what your premiums go toward, your insurance company is expected to deny all claims.

We can help in the fight against these insurance companies who are not trying to honor their agreement with small and medium-sized businesses across the country. Unfortunately, we are seeing many business owners who are being told by these companies that their business interruption insurance policy doesn’t cover losses due to a pandemic, before even looking at the policy.

What Is Business Interruption Insurance And What is Covered?

Business interruption insurance, which is also commonly called business income insurance, replaces lost income and amounts paid for bills and payroll in the event of a disaster that forces the business to close or reduce operations. Policies traditionally cover, but are not limited to, the following:

  • Profits lost which normally would have been earned
  • Fixed costs, such as operating expenses
  • Moving costs if the business is required to move to a temporary location

Nationwide Representation—No Fees Unless We Win

If you or someone you know owns a business and were told by an insurance company that their business interruption insurance policy does not cover coronavirus-related claims, you may be entitled to significant compensation.

For a free consultation and to see if you may qualify, please complete the above questionnaire.


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