California Attorneys Representing Coronavirus Claims of Business Interruption, Negligent Transmission, Bad Faith Insurance, Employment Matters & Wrongful Death
As the 5th largest economy in the world, California is one of the most critical states in the US and the Coronavirus has financially devastated many households, individuals and businesses statewide. Not to mention the devastation of employees and family members who fell ill or died due to COVID-19. Amidst the mayhem, we were able to witness heroic actions, bravery and goodwill. However, there were also many bad players from whom you may be able to recover compensation. These parties may be responsible for one of the following types of actions that you may be able to recover compensation for:
- Wrongfully denied or delayed business interruption insurance claim
- Employer who fired you because you refused to work in an unsafe or unsanitary environment
- Insurance company wrongfully denied a claim
- Negligent transmission of Coronavirus resulting in significant financial loss or death
Although this is not a comprehensive list of potentially actionable claims, we’ve assembled attorneys who can assist you in answering your questions as to the validity of your claim and if you might be eligible for compensation. The lawyers listed on this page represent victims and claimants who seek compensation for their losses throughout California including: San Francisco, Los Angeles, San Diego, Bakersfield, Sacramento, Fresno, Long Beach, San Jose, Oakland, Riverside, San Bernardino and the surrounding communities.
California Covid-19 / Coronavirus Loss Claim Attorneys
Shernoff Bidart Echeverria LLP
Business Interruption Claims Denials, Bad Faith Insurance Claims, Wrongful Death
Offices in Claremont & Beverly Hills, CA
We lead the nation in protecting policyholders from insurance companies’ refusal to pay claims. The firm has been protecting the rights of insurance consumers, both individuals and businesses, for over 40 years after having set the legal precedent requiring insurance companies to act in good faith. If your firm cannot do business anymore because of a natural disaster, a fire, or any other catastrophe, your business interruption insurance should be there for you. If your claim has been wrongfully denied, we can help you secure a business income insurance recovery and possible Bad Faith remedies as well.
Employment Issues: Wrongful Termination, Forced Working, Benefits Issues
Law Firm Name – We represent employees who are seeking compensation for the following situations during the Coronavirus pandemic: wrongful termination due to refusal to work in an unsafe environment, unpaid overtime, nonpayment of wages, contested unemployment claims and other similar situations. Call us today to get your questions answered and talk to someone about your specific circumstances.
Business Interruption & Bad Faith Insurance: Insurance Claim Denials
Law Firm – If your business had an insurance policy that covered business interruption and your insurance company is now denying your benefits, you may have a claim for bad faith insurance against your policy holder.