The Biggest COVID-19 Business Interruption Rulings Of 2021

By Shawn Rice (December 17, 2021, 2:54 PM EST) -- A number of federal appellate courts gave insurers a clean sweep on COVID-19 coverage suits with losses attributed to government shutdown orders, policyholders took wins at the state court level and a federal jury trial ended with a victory for an insurer to wrap up the biggest decisions of the year.

Clean Sweep At Federal Appeals Courts

The first wave of COVID-19 coverage suits that were dismissed made their way up to federal appellate courts last year. For these cases, businesses alleged their losses during the pandemic were caused by government shutdown orders and restrictions implemented to help curb the spread...

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