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Tribes in Oklahoma Sue Insurers Seeking Declaratory Judgement Over Business Interruption Coverage

After learning that business owners across the nation were being denied coverage for their business interruption claims associated with COVID-19 losses, the Chickasaw and Choctaw nations decided to file suit against their insurer before the…
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New York Art Groups Struggle to Get Their COVID-19 Business Interruption Claims Paid

After all “nonessential” businesses in New York were ordered to close, art groups (i.e. movie theatres, concert halls, etc.) knew they were facing financial trouble. With ticket sales and other streams of revenue becoming non-existent, many…
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Idaho Business Owner Spends Over $30,000 a Month on Insurance Yet His Insurer Won’t Cover His COVID-19 Losses

Business owners across the country are facing an uphill battle with their insurance companies as most are denying their business interruption claims. After the government began ordering non-essential businesses to close in Idaho, many business…