North Carolina Suit Could Signal Change in COVID Claims Disputes

Since the pandemic began, most of the COVID-19-related business interruption disputes have not gone in favour of the policyholders, especially in US federal court, but a case in North Carolina federal court involving a major health care network could turn out to be a chink in insurers’ armour and, perhaps, a blueprint for other COVID-damaged policyholders to follow. Andy Lundberg of Burford Capital weighs in. Read more.

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