CasesCovid-19 Business Insurance Claim Denial Class Action Lawsuit

If your Covid-19 related business insurance claim got denied or underpaid, contact our law firm right now to protect your rights. Complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 right now to protect your rights.
May 12, 2020
Our law firm is investigating potential claims on behalf of business owners that had their Covid-19 related insurance claims denied or underpaid.

If your Covid-19 related business insurance claim got denied or underpaid, you may be entitled to compensation. Complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 to find out if you have a case.

Our law firm is investigating potential claims on behalf of business owners that filed Covid-19 related insurance claims, and their claims were denied or underpaid. If you are a business owner that feels that their Coronavirus related business insurance claim was improperly handled by your insurance company, contact our law firm right now to protect your rights.

If you are a business owner who has had to deal with the unprecedented Coronavirus pandemic, you are experiencing events you never thought possible when you first opened your business. Due to states and localities ordering the majority of businesses to shut down indefinitely, you and your family are experiencing tremendous financial hardships. Worst of all, you may not be sure your business will survive the pandemic, and you’ve probably discovered your insurance company is hedging on paying the business interruption claim you’ve submitted. If this is the case, our attorneys may be able to help you resolve this matter and force your insurance company to do the right thing.

Business owners face frustration with their Covid-19 related insurance claims denied or underpaid.
Business owners face frustration with their Covid-19 related insurance claims denied or underpaid.

As a business owner, you are probably already quite familiar with the double-talk your insurance company uses from time to time. This is especially evident when it does not want to pay you compensation for a legitimate claim you have submitted. Since you do have a commercial insurance policy that specifically includes business interruption coverage, you probably assumed you would have no problem when submitting your claim during the pandemic. However, your insurance company has resorted to its old tricks and is now claiming certain language in your policy does not cover such an event.

If there is one thing insurance companies have plenty of experience in, it is delaying, denying, and underpaying insurance claims submitted by honest policy owners such as yourself. Since you have spent many years and plenty of money building your business into a success, do not let an insurance company that has plenty of money and resources deny or delay your claim, or possibly pay you far less money than you need and deserve.

While no one of course expects a pandemic to take place during their lifetime, the fact remains that your business interruption insurance policy likely contains language that specifically mentions viruses or other related events that could spell disaster for your business. However, it is likely your insurance company has instead tried to insist that coverage from your policy only applies if there is direct physical loss or damage to your property. By hiring our experienced attorneys to help you in this matter, you will have lawyers who specialize in business law and can review the language in your policy to show you do indeed qualify to have your claim approved and paid.

If you are getting nowhere with your insurance company, contact our lawyers today and let them get to work helping you hold the insurance company accountable for its actions.

Was your business Covid-19 claim denied or underpaid? – Covid-19 Business Insurance Class Action Lawsuit

If your Covid-19 related business insurance claim got denied or underpaid, contact our law firm right now to protect your rights. Complete the form on this page or call 1-800-934-2921 right now to protect your rights.