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Insurance in the Time of Coronavirus – Business Interruption and Your Next Steps

This begins a series on insurance issues related to disaster resilience, especially with regard to the coronavirus pandemic and the upcoming hurricane season. While disasters are often somewhat personal (fire, sprinkler issue, robbery) or regional (hurricane, tornado, earthquake), rarely have we seen damaging events that effect the whole country like coronavirus has.  Insurance, as a […]

Insurance in the Time of Coronavirus: Litigation Claims and Government Help

This continues our series on insurance issues related to disaster resilience, especially with regard to the coronavirus pandemic and the summer hurricane season.  Part 1 can be found here. As noted in my earlier post, every insurance policy is different. Given the different needs and sophistication of businesses and the ultimate policy that comes out of […]

Financial Recovery: Grant Resources for Small Businesses

The private sector has recognized that some small businesses will need additional financial support to recover from the economic impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.  The best thing about these resources is you do not have to pay them back; the worst thing about these resources is they are highly competitive and each one is unique.  […]

Will the coronavirus hurt your business? Minimizing and managing risk to your business operations from a global health epidemic

As cases of coronavirus spread worldwide, the World Health Organization has declared the coronavirus an international public health emergency. While to date there have been few cases in the United States, reports are that the virus is already impacting both operations and revenues of businesses with significant business connection to China. As reported in the […]