Houston Business Interruption Claims Attorneys
Resolving Insurance Policy Disputes
Our experienced lawyers at Hawash Cicack & Gaston LLP know that it can be incredibly difficult to keep your business afloat if it has sustained major property damage and loss due to weather, fire, natural disaster, or equipment failure. The cost of reconstruction is only part of the financial losses business owners have to account for. They also have to deal with various obstacles arising from business interruption, as well as replacing inventory and reinstalling equipment and fixtures.
With the COVID-19 pandemic devastating our economy, many businesses have been forced to file insurance claims for business interruption losses due to cessation or delays by suppliers and distributors.
If you have purchased commercial property insurance to protect against financial losses but your insurance company has undervalued or denied your claim for business interruption damages, then please reach out to our insurance litigation team in Houston so we can discuss your options and devise a legal strategy to protect your rights as a policyholder.
Does My Policy Cover Business Interruption?
While business interruption claims are usually filed to cover natural disaster and catastrophic losses sustained by commercial properties, specialized policies or endorsements are sometimes written into existing insurance policies and can provide business owners with vital coverage. If your business has had to shut down or temporarily close due to a loss, you may be entitled to compensation while you get your business back up and running.
Contact us today so we can take a look at your insurance policy to determine if you are covered for business interruption losses. Call (713) 589-7249 to request a case consultation with a lawyer at Hawash Cicack & Gaston LLP.
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