Court: Producer Cannot Be Liable for Denial of COVID-19 Business Interruption Claim
After an insurance carrier denied a lawyer and her firm’s claim for lost business income due to the COVID-19-related shutdown, she sued both her carrier and the producer that procured the policy.
October 19, 2020 at 04:57 PM
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After an insurance carrier denied a lawyer and her law firm’s claim for lost business income due to the COVID-19-related shutdown, she sued both her carrier and the insurance producer that procured the policy. The case is Wilson v. Hartford Casualty Company, No. 20-3384 (E.D.Pa. Sep. 30, 2020). In one of the first cases to consider producer liability in COVID-19 cases, Judge Eduardo Robreno dismissed the lawsuit against the producer and the carrier.
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