Law360 (July 16, 2021, 5:51 p.m. EDT) – An Iowa restaurant urged the Eighth Circuit to re-launch its COVID-19 business disruption lawsuit against Regent Insurance Co., arguing that a virus exclusion does not prevent covering its losses caused by government shutdown orders issued to curb the pandemic.
Lisette Enterprises Ltd., owner of the Lucca restaurant in Des Moines, said Thursday that its lost business income resulting from government shutdown orders is a “covered loss” under its “all perils” insurance policy with Regent.
Police virus exclusion does not apply to avoid losses as there was no evidence that Lucca was closed due to coronavirus, …
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