Insurance Claims for Coronavirus Related Business Interruption

Good News! You may be able to make insurance claims for coronavirus related business interruption losses. Here’s a starting point to help.

This welcome news comes after the Supreme Court has allowed the Financial Conduct Authority’s appeal on behalf of policyholders. It means that many policyholders will now have their claims for coronavirus-related business interruption losses paid.

How do I know whether I can make insurance claims for coronavirus related business interruption?

You can use the FCA Policy Checker to see whether you could make a claim. It takes businesses through a process whereby you can check to see whether your insurance policy covers business interruption losses due to coronavirus.

More questions? 

If you have more questions you might find the FAQS useful as they give further information on how to make a claim. There is also further information on Disease clauses.

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