COVID-19 & Coronavirus Lawsuits & Settlements
If you or someone you love has suffered a significant economic loss, or died due to the COVID-19 (Coronavirus) pandemic there may be compensation available through a lawsuit or settlement. Coronavirus spread throughout the world quickly starting in late 2019 in China, and arrived in the US on January 19, 2020. By March most states had ordered a shutdown of all non-essential businesses and mandatory health related precautions.
Due to the fast spread of this lethal virus, the government, hospitals, businesses and insurance companies made decisions that may have lead to severe economic damage, or direct responsibility for a financial or human loss connected to Coronavirus. Filing a lawsuit or seeking a settlement may be your only legal recourse for financial recovery.
Attorneys In ALL 50 States
Pursuing a settlement or filing a lawsuit due to a loss connected to Coronavirus is challenging to say the least. Doing it on your own will be an uphill battle against the crushing bureaucracy of insurance companies, corporations or possibly government agencies. Click below to connect with an lawyer who has the experience needed for your unique matter. The law firms listed on our website have been chosen based on their experience with: business claims against insurance companies, employment law, personal injury, medical malpractice and wrongful death.
Potentially Actionable Matters
If you or a family member contracted Coronavirus due to negligent circumstances in a hospital or other medical facility, government or military managed triage center.
If you or a family member was wrongfully terminated, denied benefits, or contracted Coronavirus because you were forced to work in order to keep your employment, there may be compensation available for you.
If a family member died due to negligent transmission of COVID-19/Coronavirus or negligent medical practices. This could hold true even if the deceased had pre-existing medical conditions.
Business Insurance Denials
If your business was insured with “business interruption insurance”, and the insurance company is purposely delaying your claim, or a claim has been wrongfully denied.
Bad Faith Practices
Bad faith practices by insurance companies can consist of a variety of actions taken by an insurance company or an insurance company adjuster. An experienced attorney can take on these massive insurance companies.