3 Questions When Picking Business Interruption Insurance

Law360, New York (October 14, 2015, 12:34 PM EDT) -- Theresa A. Nickels

Nicholas E. Williams Seemingly more and more frequently, earthquakes, fires, floods, hurricanes, tornados and other unexpected disasters threaten to halt businesses' operations. Business continuity and disaster recovery plans — hot topics in recent years — aim to limit losses associated with those stoppages and almost always incorporate insurance policies. In addition to property damage insurance, disaster-related plans typically include business interruption insurance (BII). Generally speaking, BII policies cover the loss of "business income" sustained by the suspension of operations resulting from an unexpected disaster during a "period of restoration." BII policies can define business income and the related...

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