Support for businesses impacted by the economic downturn
These times are brand new territory. Never before has a disease and disruption impacted our global economy so severely, and across so many industries.
As governments impose isolation measures to contain the outbreak, workers and customers have stayed in their homes for weeks or even months.
Businesses small and large are struggling to stay afloat, hemorrhaging funds with every day that passes.
Business owners are feeling helpless and hopeless, fearing everything they’ve worked so hard for will slip away.
Fortunately, the commercial insurance policy you’ve been paying for may cover the financial losses associated with this situation.
Together, we can help you weather this storm.
Even if you have filed a claim and been rejected, you have a chance:
Several states are debating legislation to force insurance companies to cover this crisis’ business-related losses, regardless of pre-existing exclusions or vague wording in their policies.
Help Is Here.
These times have wrought havoc and hardship across many industries. Operations are severely disrupted – or stopped entirely – due to circumstances beyond your control.
But you and your business can survive this global disaster. If your commercial insurance policy featured business interruption loss coverage, there’s hope. They may be required to cover you.
When going over your policy’s fine print to determine what coverage may be available, it’s crucial to consult an attorney. A skilled business interruption loss lawyer can help you bounce back from catastrophic loss.
Even if you believe your policy contains an exclusion or limit, the laws are evolving, and so are the attitudes of courts and juries. You could still recover from your financial losses.
How can you know for sure? Only with a thorough review of your commercial insurance policy by a seasoned attorney.
About our firm:
Our firm has been practicing personal injury law based out of Houston for over 20 years. With a passion for justice, proven results, and a “Client First” mentality, we have grown a team of attorneys and staff who will do whatever it takes to strive for the best possible results for our clients. Because we focus on personal injury cases, our team has the knowledge, resources, and experience to handle a wide variety of personal injury matters, up to and including the most serious and complex catastrophic claims.
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