Denied COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims

Insurers are denying coronavirus claims

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Businesses nationwide are facing hardships.

The coronavirus pandemic continues to sweep across the country. Many businesses are facing closures due to “stay-at-home” and “shelter-in-place” orders. They have suffered major economic hardships. Insurers are denying companies’ claims for payouts that could help their businesses survive.

Has your company’s claim been rejected?

Many insurance companies are unfairly denying business interruption claims. They argue that government-mandated shutdowns did not cause any “property damage.” In their minds, business interruption claims are unwarranted. Insurers are misrepresenting that COVID-19 does not constitute physical loss or damage.

If your business interruption claim has been denied, contact the attorneys at Elk & Elk today. Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO or visit us online for a free case review.

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Business interruption insurance is a part of many property and casualty loss policies. It is meant to shield businesses from the financial burdens caused by unforeseeable events.

Insurance companies should honor their obligations. Business owners pay premiums and deserve protection under interruption policies. 


Elk & Elk will fight for your company.

Having an experienced insurance litigation attorney on your side is essential. Elk & Elk is committed to helping your company during this pandemic—contact our dedicated team today for a free review of your case.

Not every policy excludes business losses related to a virus. Moreover, even the ones that have a virus exclusion may be obligated to provide coverage during the coronavirus pandemic.

Elk & Elk is here for you

The attorneys at Elk & Elk are ready to fight for your company. If your business interruption claim was denied, contact us for a free case review. We have a no-fee promise, which means you owe nothing unless we win or settle your case. Call 1-800-ELK-OHIO or click here.