Have you seen major disruptions for your Atlanta business because of COVID-19? You may be entitled to relief during this difficult time. Reach out to a business disruption attorney for details.
As more and more states are affected by the spread of the coronavirus, many businesses are seeing severe losses. You may have had to close your doors temporarily to protect your workers, or you may have had to shut down permanently because of the losses you sustained.
Shutting down doesn’t mean you’re off the hook for your business expenses, but you may not have the profits to cover those losses. At Fischer Redavid PLLC, we know we’re all suffering, which is why we’re focusing on providing relief to businesses like yours. If you’re concerned about the costs you’re facing, an Atlanta business disruption lawyer may be key to your recovery.
For some people, waiting on government relief, like the programs the Small Business Administration offers, may help. For some Atlanta business owners, though, there may be additional options. For example, your commercial insurance provider may be required to cover the losses you’ve suffered because of the coronavirus pandemic.
Business disruption is often included in your commercial insurance policy. In cases like this, no amount of advertising or quality products can help you make a profit, so your insurance company may be required to cover you.
Some states are also making it easier for businesses to get the relief they need. Because so many businesses are unable to operate as normal, there may be new exceptions to your Atlanta business disruption claim. You may need a lawyer’s guidance to get answers about your relief options.
Your commercial insurance policy may be a viable option, but you may be worried about getting relief from the company. You may have seen news stories about businesses being denied relief, for example. But those news stories don’t mean you’re out of luck.
Every claim is different, and your insurance company should consider your situation—before and after COVID-19 cases impacted your Atlanta business—and the specifics of your contract. You’re dealing with some highly technical language and contracts, that could be difficult to navigate without experience.
We’re in a unique time, too, which means there’s little precedent for these kinds of losses. The good news is, a business disruption lawyer can help you understand your commercial insurance policy and pursue whatever funds you’re due following your losses.
While government agencies are offering loans and other relief options to struggling businesses in Atlanta and beyond, you may not have to worry about qualifying for these relief options. You may only need to file a claim with your insurance company. Unfortunately, as many people are now struggling to get answers and relief, you may be worried about getting help through your insurance company.
The lawyers at Fischer Redavid PLLC understand that getting an insurance settlement is no easy task. That’s why we offer free consultations—we understand you’re in a difficult situation, and we want to make it easier for you and your business to recover during and after the pandemic.
Ready to discuss your claim with an Atlanta business disruption lawyer? Call 404-287-2856 or fill out the online contact form below for help.
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