Business Interruption Insurance Lawsuit

The COVID 19 pandemic has forced countless businesses to close their doors. As a result, many of these businesses have filed business interruption insurance claims to stay afloat.

Unfortunately, many insurance carriers are denying these claims, leaving the business owners with no choice but to file business interruption insurance lawsuits against their insurer.

NastLaw is currently accepting cases for businesses interruption insurance lawsuits. We are representing all business owners on a contingency basis, meaning you don’t owe us any fees unless you get paid for your insurance claim.

If you filed a business interruption insurance claim, be prepared that your insurer may deny it. Contact our attorneys today to discuss your legal options.

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Your Business Interruption Claim Was Denied: Why?

Insurance companies are commonly using one of two arguments to deny COVID 19 business claims:

  1. There is no actual physical damage to the property
  2. The policy excludes coverage for contamination from a virus

We believe that many businesses have a legitimate business interruption claim, and the reason these claims are denied is simple: When insurance companies face vast volumes of claims in a particular area, they often attempt to deny these claims as a whole. By doing so, the insurance companies are trying to escape paying claims that many business owners desperately need to stay afloat.

As a business owner, you have paid premiums for your business interruption insurance to cover scenarios like this. Government regulations have forced many businesses to close, leaving owners with no option but filing an insurance claim.

We are currently accepting cases from all 50 states for business owners who applied for business interruption insurance.

How to File a Business Interruption Insurance Lawsuit

If your insurance company denied your claim or if you fear your claim may be rejected, a lawsuit may be your only option to receive compensation for the interruption to your business.

NastLaw has extensive experience representing individuals against major corporations such as insurance companies. The process to file a lawsuit is simple:

  1. Complete the online form
  2. Our attorneys will contact you to discuss your case
  3. If you have a case, NastLaw will represent you on a contingency basis, meaning we won’t collect any fees unless you receive compensation

To learn more, contact our attorneys today for a free consultation.

Talk to a Lawyer Today – For Free

If you filed a business interruption insurance claim, be prepared that your insurer may deny it. Contact our attorneys today to discuss your legal options.

Our experienced lawyers would like to evaluate your case free of charge, with no obligation to you. Your information will be treated confidentially, and we never collect any fees from you unless you are compensated. To speak directly with an attorney, please contact us at 1-215-923-9300.

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