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Primer on Business Interruption (BI) Insurance Claims and COVID-19

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$79 for Non-TTLA Members

80 minutes
Date Published

February 24, 2020


Texas Trial Lawyers Association


Civil Litigation, Insurance


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About webinar:

What is Business Interruption (BI) Insurance? What are the types of Business Interruption Insurance? What are the coverage issues? What are the potential exclusions to coverage? What legislation is being proposed relating to business interruption insurance? If a business owner contacts you about making a claim on their Business Interruption Insurance, what should you do?

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Nelson Roach

Nelson Roach is a partner at Roach Langston Bruno LLP in Daingerfield, Texas. He obtained both his undergraduate and law... Read More

Clay Miller

Clay Miller is Board Certified in Personal Injury Trial Law by the Texas Board of Legal Specialization. Mr. Miller was raised... Read More

Julian Gomez

Julian C. Gomez founded the Julian C. Gomez Law Firm in 2002 in McAllen, Texas. Julian graduated from Texas A&M University... Read More

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Program Titles and Supporting Materials

This program contains the following components:

Primer on Business Interruption (BI) Insurance Claims and COVID-19 - Video
Primer on Business Interruption (BI) Insurance - Paper
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