Commercial Insurance Claims for Coronavirus (COVID-19) Losses (On-Demand)

$109.00

A quick Google search would have businesses believing that there is no insurance coverage for coronavirus losses.  Insurance carriers and brokers have seized control of the narrative, and done an excellent job of convincing even some policyholders that coronavirus claims are not covered.  The good news for policyholders is that their contract language and decades of case law provide ample hope for recovery and offer a powerful rebuttal to this industry spin.

This presentation takes a deep dive into insurance defenses to coronavirus claims and explains the arguments policyholders need to make in order to secure coverage.  Please join Bernard Bell and Tae Andrews of Miller Friel, PLLC, as they address:

  • The kinds of coronavirus claims that are covered;
  • The types of insurance policies that cover these claims; and
  • Why insurance company arguments for denying coverage are misguided
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Event Details

Course Type

Original Date Of Course

Course Instructor

Bernard Bell, Esq., Tae Andrews, Esq.

General Credits

1

Course Description

A quick Google search would have businesses believing that there is no insurance coverage for coronavirus losses.  Insurance carriers and brokers have seized control of the narrative, and done an excellent job of convincing even some policyholders that coronavirus claims are not covered.  The good news for policyholders is that their contract language and decades of case law provide ample hope for recovery and offer a powerful rebuttal to this industry spin.

This presentation takes a deep dive into insurance defenses to coronavirus claims and explains the arguments policyholders need to make in order to secure coverage.  Please join Bernard Bell and Tae Andrews of Miller Friel, PLLC, as they address:

  • The kinds of coronavirus claims that are covered;
  • The types of insurance policies that cover these claims; and
  • Why insurance company arguments for denying coverage are misguided

Instructors

Bernard Bell

Tae Andrews

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