Has Your Business Interruption Claim Been Denied?
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Today, more than ever, business interruption claims are playing a crucial role in helping small businesses stay afloat. The pandemic has nearly shut down the economy during these unprecedented times. Insurance companies are denying business interruptions claims that are based on civil-authority-ordered closures related to the coronavirus.
In some cases, you may have to pursue legal action in order to get your insurance provider to pay out on your policy. Contact Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs, today at (713) 804-6121 to schedule an initial consultation and explore your legal options.
In operating a business, there are many unforeseen events that may cause you to have to temporarily close your doors or suffer a sudden loss of revenue. To help you during these temporary shutdowns, your insurance policy may include business interruption coverage, also known as a business income policy.
Business interruption coverage is designed to cover day-to-day expenses, lost revenue, rent, and other operating expenses. Too often, insurance companies act in bad faith and deny claims under these policies. You need a skilled litigator who will hold these companies accountable.
Business interruption claims may be a matter of survival for you and your company’s livelihood. At Fibich, Leebron, Copeland & Briggs, we understand that this may be a difficult time for you, and we are here to help. Our experienced legal team will fight hard to protect your business interests and get you the money you need to keep your business running.
FAQ’S About Your Business Interruption Claim
What is Business Interruption insurance and why is it important?
What does BI coverage pay for?
How long will the BI coverage continue to pay my business income and expenses?
Is BI coverage expensive?
What are some of the important issues concerning my Business Interruption coverage and claims?
- Did my insurance agent/broker provide BI coverage in my Commercial Property policy? If not, why not?
- Did my agent/broker procure adequate amounts of coverage for my business losses? If not, why not?
- What types of coverage do I have in my BI policy and how and when do they apply? Do I have:
- Civil Authority coverage in the event that access to my property is impaired due to a government order?
- Extra Expense coverage should I incur additional expenses incurred during the loss?
- Extended Period of Indemnity, so that I am able to collect benefits after I open my business, but am not yet up to my previous income amounts?
- Contingent BI coverage based on damages to my off-site suppliers and vendors?
- Ingress/Egress coverage when access to property is impaired?
- Rental value and rental income when my rent collections have dropped as a result of the loss?
- Other applicable BI coverages to my loss?