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COVID-19's Lasting Legacy: A Review of Court Decisions and Trends

COVID-19's Lasting Legacy: A Review of Court Decisions and Trends

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It's true that the COVID-19 pandemic created situations that many couldn't see coming. The flurry of business income claims and lawsuits are creating a stir in the legal landscape of our country. Join us as Crystal Uebelher helps us to understand some of the impacts of these suits and helps us look into the future to discover where we go from here.


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Duration 1 hour
Location Online Webinar
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Instructor Crystal UebelherCrystal Uebelher

It is no exaggeration to say that the COVID-19 pandemic created some issues that no one saw coming. Around the country and around the world, localities instituted various levels of lockdown protocols. These governmental shutdowns created problems for small businesses, which have caused many to file claims with their insurance companies for the lost income. As these claims are denied, the next step is to file a lawsuit to compel the company to pay the claim. This session is designed to help us to understand the impact of these claims and lawsuits and discover where we go from here. After this session, participants will be able to:

  • Identify provisions of commercial property coverage that led to COVID business income insurance claims.
  • Evaluate how courts have responded to the coverage litigation so far.
  • Analyze what early COVID business income decisions suggest for the future.
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