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New Rulings Are Bad News for Businesses Suing Insurers for Pandemic Losses

Nov 6, 2020

In a pair of cases, the judges based their rulings on policy language that excluded coverage for losses caused by viruses.

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Verdicts & Settlements ›

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Jury Awards $850,000 to Plaintiff Who Said He Slipped on Liquid on Restaurant Floor
 

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