New York COVID-19 Business Interruption Insurance Claims Lawyers
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Business interruption insurance policies are individually crafted based upon the insurance provider and insured’s business. A policy’s coverage of damages due to the coronavirus will come down to the insurer’s specific policy language, including various coverages and exclusions. Compensation may be available in cases where the federal or state government ordered businesses to close or reduce operations. Further compensation may be available where businesses have incurred additional costs to continue business operations, such as sanitation/disinfecting services or the purchase of equipment for remote work.
What should I do if my insurance company denies my business interruption insurance claim due to COVID-19?
During this time of crisis, it is devastating to have an insurance company deny or severely underpay your business interruption insurance claim when the coverage you paid for should cover the losses your business has suffered. When your insurance company refuses to honor its insurance contract, it is critical to seek legal help immediately. If you have been denied business interruption insurance coverage, contact us today.
Our legal team pursues business interruption insurance claims on a contingency-fee basis. We carry the costs of litigation, and you pay us nothing unless we obtain a recovery for you. We are here to help you navigate the legal system to seek maximum compensation for your claim.
Why Choose Our Nationally Recognized Team?
The law firms of Finkelstein & Partners; Finkelstein Blankinship, Frei-Pearson & Garber; and Jacoby Meyers LLP are representing business owners nationwide against major insurance companies for denying business interruption coverage for COVID-19-related claims.
You will have access to a legal team with:
- A combined 60+ years of complex litigation experience
- Billions recovered in cases nationwide
- Unparalleled expertise representing policyholders against major insurance companies
If your business has been crippled by the government-mandated shutdown issued to slow the spread of the coronavirus (COVID-19), you are likely counting on your business interruption insurance to replace lost income, pay bills and cover payroll. It is anticipated that the insurance industry will be denying business interruption insurance claims arising from this pandemic. If you are a business owner and have been denied coverage for your business interruption insurance claim or otherwise want legal representation as you pursue your claim, contact our COVID-19 Business Litigation Group for a free case evaluation.
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