When natural disaster strikes, an insurance policy can be the single most important document to the economic future of a business. Adequate protection against the potential (or likelihood) of catastrophic losses is not simply a matter of purchasing an insurance policy and stowing it away in a drawer or filing cabinet, only to pull it out and dust it off when a loss occurs.
Insurance Coverage and Bad Faith Litigation
Insuring Businesses Against Catastrophic Losses
The Connecticut Law Tribune
November 21, 2012
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