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On Nov. 16, the U.K. business interruption insurance test case appeal began with several major insurance companies claiming to the U.K. Supreme Court that it is inappropriate to assume there could be unlimited coverage during a pandemic. (Photo: Victor Moussa/Shutterstock) On Nov. 16, 2020, the U.K. business interruption insurance test case appeal began with several major insurance companies claiming to the U.K. Supreme Court that it is inappropriate to assume there could be unlimited coverage during a pandemic. (Photo: Victor Moussa/Shutterstock)

(Bloomberg) — Insurers face increased COVID-19 payouts to small businesses that were forced to close during the lockdown, as the U.K.’s top court ruled in favor of policyholders in a dispute over coverage.

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