Do I have Business Interruption coverage for this?
In order for the Business Interruption (Business Income) policy to trigger coverage, there has to be a “covered cause of loss.” The form of your policy provides the answer, which has, up to this point, been a resounding no. All of the commercial property company’s forms we have read have a Virus or Bacteria Exclusion, which excludes loss or damage caused by, or resulting from, any virus, bacterium, or other micro-organism that induces, or is capable of inducing, physical distress, illness, or disease.
ISO (Insurance Services Office) recently released two optional endorsements to address limited BI coverage related to the Coronavirus. In our discussions with companies, they have to file these endorsements and also be willing to utilize them. As of now, we have not seen any companies who are interested in providing these endorsements going forward.
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