The COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic has devastated the U.S. economy—particularly in the service and retail sectors. With significant losses being incurred daily with no end in sight, restaurants, hotels, retailers, and other businesses that have business interruption insurance are looking to their insurers to cover their losses.
Some business losses are already known, such as lost profits due to reduced consumer demand, supply chain disruptions, mandatory closures, and social distancing measures; cleaning costs (many local governments have already deemed the coronavirus a physical damage); and costs incurred for public relations or crisis management. Other business costs and losses will come into focus in the coming weeks and months.
We represent our clients on a full contingency basis—meaning, we advance all litigation expenses and court costs. There is no up-front cost to you. And, if we are not successful at the end of the day, you will not owe us a dime. We don’t get paid unless you get paid.
Maximizing business interruption insurance claims and securing their payment requires creativity and a thorough understanding of the law. The Coffman Law Firm and Mitchell A. Toups, Ltd. are experienced business interruption insurance trial lawyers working together to help restaurants, hotels, retailers, and other businesses obtain compensation for their COVID-19 business losses, including representing them at the courthouse, if necessary. We don’t represent insurance companies, but we do sue them.
If you have business interruption insurance and need help with your business loss claim or if your carrier has denied your claim, complete and submit our straightforward one-page Contract today. Time is of the essence as prompt notice of your claim to your insurance company may be required to secure coverage. Or contact us. We are hardworking lawyers who take telephone calls and respond to emails.