Does Your Business Have A Business Interruption Insurance Claim Due to COVID-19?

McCarthy Lebit is now offering no-fee assessments and will pursue accepted claims on a no-fee-unless-you-win basis. You owe it to your business to have your claim reviewed at no risk by an award-winning attorney and not rely upon an insurance agent who very well may have improperly advised you that no coverage exists.

 

christian patno headshotMcCarthy Lebit is offering any business which has a business interruption policy and has/will incur at least $200,000 in damages due in any way to COVID-19 to submit their policy, declaration sheet, contact information, and a short statement identifying nature of damage and amount using the form below. Or, send the information to Christian Patno crp@mccarthylebit.com with a copy to his assistant Amy Thorne adt@mccarthylebit.com. Chris is a Super Lawyer® Ohio Top 10,  AVVO Top 10 Rated and Martin Hubbell Rated AV attorney.

Once a conflict check is cleared, the policy will be assessed along with the evolving legal, executive and legislative law in order to determine the potential validity of a claim. Communication with the submitting person will then take place to assess what further steps should be taken, including if a suit should be filed in the event the claim is/has been denied.

There will be no cost for the initial assessment and if a claim is pursued thereafter it will be done on a contingency fee basis. This means there will be no cost to the client unless McCarthy Lebit is successful in prosecution.

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