The law firms of Fayard & Honeycutt (Denham Springs, LA), Bryant Law Center (Paducah, KY), David Bryant Law, PLLC (Louisville, KY), and Strauss Troy (Covington, KY and Cincinnati, OH) announce that they are acting as co-counsel in evaluating insurance claims for loss of business income, also known as business interruption insurance.
The law firms have reviewed a large number of so-called “all risk” business insurance policies. Most of those policies have more coverages excluded than risks covered. While some policies do have “virus exclusions,” those exclusions may not be applicable to a claim for loss of business income.
The law firms recently filed two cases against insurance companies in an effort to recover for businesses that were shut down pursuant to orders of governmental authorities. One of the cases was filed in Hamilton County, Ohio, on behalf of a Mason, Ohio preschool. The other was filed in McCracken County, Kentucky, on behalf of a Paducah restaurant. The law firms are now in the process of reviewing a large number of additional policies for other businesses.
If you have a business covered by a so-called “all risk” policy, and would like to discuss the coverages that might be available, you may contact any of the attorneys listed below. There is no charge for the initial consultation.
Businesses located in Louisiana, contact D. Blayne Honeycutt (email@example.com) of Denham Springs, Louisiana.
Businesses located in all of western Kentucky, contact Mark Bryant (270-442-1422) of the Bryant Law Center.
Businesses located in Louisville, Kentucky and southern Indiana, contact David Bryant (firstname.lastname@example.org) of David Bryant Law, PLLC.
Businesses located in Lexington, Kentucky and northern Kentucky, Ohio, Iowa, and Tennessee contact Ron R. Parry of Strauss Troy Co., LPA (email@example.com).