High Court rules in favour of FCA for majority of Covid-related BI wording interpretations

High Court (2)

As the High Court ruling was revealed this morning, Insurance Times finds out what some of the industry thinks about the verdict

Policyholders who had business interruption (BI) claims linked to the coronavirus pandemic but rejected by insurers have today been vindicated, as the High Court has ruled in favour of the FCA’s interpretation of non-damage BI policy wordings across the majority of key contention areas.

Read more…

(If you’re already a subscriber, please sign in here.)

Get access with a 14-day free trial

This article is usually available exclusively to subscribers.

Subscribe for full access - Take out a print and online or online only subscription

For a limited period, you can enjoy all the benefits of an online subscription free for 14 days. Sign up now to read this article in full and to enjoy unlimited access to premium online content, a digital edition of the latest issue, plus an online archive of back issues.

Also, as a registered user, you will be able to -

  • Access unlimited breaking industry news as it happens
  • Sign up to a choice of daily and weekly newsletters

Register to view free premium content