The Supreme Court today has ruled that insurers should pay out under business interruption clauses that were being disputed and were brought as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.

This relates specifically to a number of insurance claim disputes between small businesses who had been negatively impacted by the first lockdown in March 2020 and their insurers. This includes thousands of businesses such as hairdressers, restaurants, pubs and more.

These small businesses will now receive a payout from their insurer as a result of the ruling, which will help cover their losses sustained in March 2020.

Has your business suffered a loss and are you insured?

If you are a small business owner who has suffered loss as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic and you had in place a business interruption insurance policy, we can advise you on areas you can claim and ensure you recover the maximum compensation from your insurer.

Our experienced team of insurance specialists are available to assist you.

We will deal with your claim on a No Win No Fee basis, so if you do not recover damages we will not charge you legal fees.

For urgent assistance today call us on 0300 303 3629 or send us an enquiry and we will contact you.

After our initial questionnaire has been completed, we can offer you an initial 30 minute free consultation.

For many businesses, this ruling will provide an economic lifeline. It is imperative that you seek legal advice if your business suffered loss as a result of the first lockdown and if you believe you are entitled to claim from your insurer.