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Insurance companies sell coverage to protect your business in times of natural disaster, unforeseen circumstances and other unfortunate events that negatively affect your business operations. The Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak has cost business in the United States an estimated $800 billion, much of it covered by commercial business interruption insurance policies with all risks coverage. Despite this, insurance carriers are choosing to deny valid claims with little or no justification.

By failing their insured when the coverage is needed the most, a great many businesses are being forced to the brink of financial ruin simply because the insurance carrier has chosen to impede the processing of valid claims in an effort to avoid payouts. Virtually all businesses throughout the United States are susceptible to sustaining a business-related loss due to an unforeseeable event including:

  • Restaurants
  • Bars & Nightclubs
  • Retail Establishments
  • Manufacturers
  • Professional Services Organizations
  • Gyms & Fitness Facilities
  • Industrial Complexes
  • Salons & Barber Shops

Restaurants

Bars & Nightclubs

Retail Establishments

Manufacturers

Professional Services Organizations

Gyms & Fitness Facilities

Industrial Complexes

Salons & Barber Shops

How to File a Business Interruption Insurance Lawsuit

For nearly 30 years Kimmel & Silverman has been fighting for David against the Golaiths of the World.

If you bought business interruption insurance to protect for losses you understood would be covered from the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak and if your business has suffered loss, you are not alone. COVID19 has cost businesses in the United States alone an estimated $800 billion, much of which should be covered by commercial business insurance all risks policies. To the surprise of many, it has become common for the insurance carriers to automatically deny valid claims with little or no justification to avoid payouts, forcing the insured to seek legal recourse to enforce their rights and to receive payment that they are due. A great many businesses like yours may be on the brink of financial ruin made even worse by the bad faith response of the insurance industry. Whether you are one of the types of business below or another, we can help.

To combat the actions of insurance carriers, Kimmel & Silverman is accepting businesses interruption coverage claims. Like our individual consumer clients, business owners are consumers of insurance and need immediate help. For these claims Kimmel & Silverman works on a contingency basis. If we prevail, we will attempt to get our fees paid in addition to the losses and if not, we will accept a percentage of the recovery. If we do not prevail, we won’t get paid at all. If you want to know how we can help, contact us to discuss your legal options.

As a business owner, you paid premiums for business interruption insurance that promised to protect from losses caused by events like COVID19. Don’t let insurance carriers rob you twice, assert your rights and get what you paid for. Government regulations forced businesses to close, leaving owners with no option but filing an insurance claims that are needed to survive. You are entitled to compensation for losses. Accept nothing less.

Insurance companies are seeking to deny COVID19 business claims primarily under two rationales:

  1. No actual physical damage to property.
  2. Trying to categorize COVID19 into exclusions that do not fit the facts of the claim.

These denials occur most commonly when insurance companies face a substantial number of expected claims in a particular geographic area and try to cut their risk of paying claims by adopting unreasonable positions common to all to chop the numbers of claims. Because a certain percentage of insureds will not pursue their rights once their claim is denied, or will go out of business entirely, insurance carriers always benefit financially by taking this bad faith, unfair and unreasonable position towards its customers. That’s where we come in.

How to File a Business Interruption Insurance Lawsuit

If you would like a free consultation to learn if we can help:

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

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Ambler, PA

Pittsburgh, PA

Bucks County, PA

Wilmington, DE

Cherry Hill, NJ

New York, NY

Buffalo, NY

Lakewood, OH

San Francisco, CA

San Diego, CA

Los Angeles, CA

.

Ambler, PA

Pittsburgh, PA

Bucks County, PA

Wilmington, DE

Cherry Hill, NJ

New York, NY

Buffalo, NY

Lakewood, OH

San Francisco, CA

San Diego, CA

Los Angeles, CA

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