Get Professional Assistance From an Attorney to Make a Business Interruption Insurance Claim
Many business insurance policies include coverage for “business interruptions.” This means when an insured business is forced to shut down due to events that are out of their control and suffer financial losses as a result, they can make an insurance claim to recover those losses. Unfortunately, insurance providers will often deny these claims or attempt to minimize payouts to claimants. Attorney Nick Madsen has extensive experience fighting insurance companies to help businesses recover compensation for their losses.
Businesses Affected By COVID-19 Shutdowns May Be Entitled to Make Insurance Claims to Recover Losses
Millions of businesses across the United States have suffered significant losses due to government-ordered shutdowns amid the COVID-19 pandemic. While there are other resources available to help businesses survive, such as government loans, companies that have business interruption insurance coverage should be able to make a claim to recover their losses. This can be complicated, and many insurance companies are already fighting with businesses about whether or not COVID-related damages are covered and if so, how they can be claimed. Attorney Nick Madsen can help you file your claim and litigate your case in court if necessary.
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