Business Interruption Insurance and COVID-19
The insurance industry should honor its commitments to cover COVID-19 business losses for restaurants, manufacturing, retail, and other businesses. You made contractual premium payments to your business insurance provider, you expected compensation during your time of need, and yet the insurance industry is aggressively denying these valid claims. Insurance litigation will likely be necessary to force the insurance companies to meet their contractual obligation for which they were paid by responsible business owners, perhaps unfortunately the only way.
Some possible coverages you may be entitled to include property damage, business income, extra expense, civil authority, and dependent property. Learn more about filing a business interruption claim.
Nursing Homes and COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic has placed at-risk individuals, like the elderly, in situations and conditions that can make them more vulnerable to contracting COVID-19. Some nursing homes are to blame for elderly residents being put at risk of contracting the virus. If your loved one has become ill with COVID-19 or dies, you may have a negligence lawsuit, especially if the facility didn’t take precautions to prevent exposure. Learn more about filing a claim.
Workers’ Compensation and COVID-19
The COVID-19 pandemic is having a significant impact on America’s economy, health care, and workers’ compensation systems. If you or a loved one has had adverse experiences related to COVID-19 exposure at work, you or your loved one may be entitled to compensation.
Front-line health care workers such as nurses, doctors and aides, as well as firefighters, EMS, and law enforcement officers, are among the individuals with the highest risk, but all Essential Critical Infrastructure Workers as identified in Governor Newsom’s March 19, 2020, Executive Order who may have been exposed to COVID-19 as a result of their employment have potential claims for infection with COVID-19. Learn more about filing a Workers’ Compensation claim.