Tag Archives: Civil Authority Order

COVID-19 Coverage Litigation Escalates

As the COVID-19 pandemic brings about more shutdown orders, non-essential businesses that have been shut because of government orders are fighting to obtain insurance coverage.  The first four cases brought were declaratory judgment actions seeing orders that their policies covered the suspension of their businesses.  The latest case, however, goes a two steps further and … Continue Reading

COVID-19 and Waiting Periods Under Business Interruption Coverage

As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, businesses and governments are acting to flatten the curve.  Recently, California, the largest state by population, implemented an extensive quarantine statewide, affecting over 40 million people.  New York and other states and municipalities also have issued similar closure orders.  In this blog post, we continue to examine the issues surrounding … Continue Reading

Civil Authority Orders and COVID-19 Coverage

The COVID-19 pandemic is ongoing and local and state governments are issuing directives closing restaurants, movie theaters, gyms and other businesses.  Some local governments have even issued shelter-in-place orders.  In other instances, some businesses have begun closing their doors as a preemptive measure, either to reduce the spread of the virus or in response to … Continue Reading
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