Has Your Insurer Denied Your Business Interruption Claim?
Here is your opportunity to still redeem your business interruption claim. To know more, call us at (415) 534-1911 or email us today for a free consultation.

COVID-19, commonly referred as Coronavirus, has created havoc and uncertainties for many businesses in the state and worldwide resulting in monumental losses and impediments in conducting day-to-day businesses and this is likely to be a continued phenomenon for the near future.

Most insurers are trying to mislead by distorting facts regarding business interruption claims. Don’t rely on your insurance company’s interpretation of the language in your policy. Your policy’s terms are the deciding factor for the business interruption insurance coverage and the conditions surrounding the loss experienced by your business. The insurance companies are going to fight these claims vigorously and you will need an attorney to fight for you. These will be difficult cases and the results are uncertain. We will take these cases on a contingency fee basis, however, so there will be no fee unless we win.

If your business interruption insurance claim has been declined, and have been issued a reservation of rights letter, or if your insurer is procrastinating acceptance or examination of your business interruption claim, please contact us. We at Potter Handy, LLP are accepting certain of these cases on a contingency fee basis, meaning you do not have to pay us unless you are paid by the insurer.

To know more, fill out our business interruption claim form located on this page. If you need phone assistance please call us at (415) 534-1911 and ask for Mark Potter or Jim Treglio to discuss your case.