COVID Insurance Coverage, One Year Later – Herd Immunity for Insurers or is Coverage Spreading for Policyholders?

April 19, 2021
Nathan A. Cazier - Payne & Fears

One year ago, when the COVID-19 pandemic ground the world to a halt, our firm’s virtual offices were inundated with calls from policyholders, asking if their current and projected losses due to the pandemic would be covered by insurance. While the outlook wasn’t great, we made a few predictions about where coverage might be found, how we expected coverage to ultimately be decided, and instructed clients how to make and protect their COVID-related claims for coverage.

One year later, it’s instructive to look at how these predictions played out, and what we’ve learned so far. These insights will help policyholders more intelligently decide whether to pursue coverage for losses sustained because of the pandemic.

Mr. Cazier may be contacted at nac@paynefears.com



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