First COVID-19 Business Interruption Jury Sides with Insurer
The Cincinnati Insurance Co. Inc., does not have to pay a Kansas City restaurant management group that was forced to close at least nine restaurants as a result of coronavirus stay-at-home orders, a jury decided last week in a Missouri federal court.
November 08, 2021 at 01:00 AM
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The Cincinnati Insurance Co. Inc., does not have to pay a Kansas City, Missouri, restaurant management group that was forced to close at least nine restaurants as a result of coronavirus stay-at-home orders, a jury decided last week in federal court.
The jury sided with the insurance company Thursday in the U.S. District Court for the Western District of Missouri, determining it did not owe the restaurant group, K.C. Hopps, Ltd., coverage for losses brought on by the pandemic.
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