Verisk has developed two new optional endorsements for use with existing ISO commercial property business interruption coverage. The first form provides limited coverage in the event a business suspends operations due to a closure or quarantine ordered by a civil authority. The second endorsement provides coverage when a business is forced to suspend operations due to the closure or restricted use of public bus, rail or ferry lines by civil authorities. Insurers considering using such forms in the admitted market in Pennsylvania would need to make appropriate regulatory filings. A link to Verisk’s website is here.
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Alan S. Miller - Practice Chair
Alan has more than thirty-eight years of experience in complex litigation and counseling, concentrating in the areas of environmental law, insurance coverage and bad faith, and commercial litigation. He chairs the firm’s Environmental and Energy Law practice and the Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Litigation Practice.
Alan’s environmental law practice has involved counseling, litigation and alternative dispute resolution of matters involving municipal, residual, and hazardous waste permitting and compliance, contribution and cost recovery actions under CERCLA and related state statutes, claims for natural resource damages, contamination from leaking underground storage tanks, air and water pollution regulatory permitting and enforcement actions, oil and gas drilling compliance and transactions, and real estate transactions involving contaminated and recycled industrial sites.