Friday’s Supreme Court ruling on business interruption policy wordings may also be used by the Financial Ombudsman Service, increasing the potential exposure for insurers
The FCA is not going to “shy away” from taking an “interventionist approach” following its role in the ongoing test case around Covid-related business interruption (BI) claims, said Pamela Freeland, principle associate at law firm Weightmans.
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