Gyms, Restaurants, bars and All Local Businesses Shut Down As A Result of COVID-19: Should Insurance Be Covering Losses?
March 19, 2020, Abbott announced an executive order that limited social gatherings to 10 people, prohibit eating and drinking at restaurants and bars while still allowing takeout, close gyms, ban people from visiting nursing homes except for critical care, and temporarily close schools. The executive order is effective midnight Friday through midnight April 3 .
Before Abbott’s announcement on Thursday, Texas’ biggest cities had acted on their own to stop the spread of the virus locally, with places like Houston and Dallas already ordering restaurants and bars closed.
Included within purchased commercial insurance, some businesses have what is called an All-Risk Policy or All Risk Insurance coverage. This coverage could provide assistance for businesses losing customers and income as a result of the corona virus.
If you are suffering the loss of business due to the COVID-19 pandemic, and have commercial insurance coverage, please call us immediately at 214-720-0720. .
What you need to know: Do you have Corona Insurance?
If you have insurance for your business, you may have coverage to cover losses you have sustained as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
Our law firm is working hard to ensure we have the most current information available to help you recover for your loss. Please call us at 214-720-0720 for a full update on what we know.
Let us help you. If your business has had to close due to the COVID-19 pandemic call the law firm of Sommerman, McCaffity, Quesada & Geisler, L.L.P.