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  • March 23, 2020

    COVID-19: Five Steps Every Impacted Business Should Take to Maximize Insurance Coverage

    During this time of pandemic, businesses should five steps to better their position with regard to their existing insurance policies.

    In the wake of COVID-19, businesses everywhere are reckoning with how to keep dollars coming in the door. While many will find that coronavirus itself will not trigger insurance coverage, every impacted business should be taking a hard look at their existing policies.

    Charles L. Philbrick and David P. Hollander discuss a checklist for businesses to take regarding their insurance coverage, in COVID-19: Five Steps Every Impacted Business Should Take to Maximize Insurance Coverage.

    See other coronavirus-related articles related to business law, labor and employment, and litigation on Rathje Woodward’s News & Resources page.

    Charles L. Philbrick and David P. Hollander are with Rathje Woodward in Madison.

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