US retroactive BI bills seen as “essentially dead” but some states may revisit

Congress and covid-19

After a “scary few months”, the momentum behind state and federal legislation to retroactively force insurers to cover Covid-19 business interruption (BI) losses appears to have stalled, although observers warn some state lawmakers may introduce bills in their next legislative session.

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