The Coronavirus crisis is interrupting and disrupting business more dramatically than anything most of us have seen in our lifetimes, so it’s natural to ask whether—and many undoubtedly will hope that—their “business interruption” insurance will cover or at least minimize their business-income losses. As the crisis triggers business interruption insurance claims; clients may also find they lack key coverages and need to consider alternative insurance mechanisms for the future, including captive insurance. Join attorneys from our Nashville, Lansing, and Phoenix offices who are ready to answer your questions.
Key discussion topics include:
- State of the Insurance Market and Recent Activity by State Regulators
- What is Business Interruption Insurance?
- Pros and Cons of Submitting Claims
- Proper Claims Handling
- How a Captive Can Help
- Your Questions
The webinar is complimentary but registration is required. To learn more, please click here.
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