To borrow a word from a trial lawyer, the plaintiff’s bar is “energized” by a Missouri federal judge’s ruling allowing a lawsuit to go forward against an insurance company for a coronavirus pandemic business interruption claim.

That word—”energized”—comes from Bill Cash of Levin Papantonio Thomas Mitchell Rafferty Proctor in Pensacola, Florida. He has tried and failed to survive a motion to dismiss in a couple of similar cases, but sees this one as a hopeful sign for hundreds of other clients.

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