- Posts by Gary S. ParsonsPartner
Posted in Business Operations
As companies navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, they should take stock of existing insurance policies that may provide coverage for:
- damages and losses suffered by the company, or
- potential liability of the company.
What Type of Claims Could Arise?
While this pandemic and the government response is unprecedented, your business may encounter several issues giving rise to a claim under one or more types of insurance policies. Examples of these issues and the types of insurance that may provide coverage are:
- Slowdown or stoppage of business
- Property insurance with business ...
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