'Take-Home' COVID And Emerging Liability Insurance Issues

By Melissa D'Alelio and Michael Collier

April 14, 2022

Much like the virus itself, legal theories regarding COVID-19 continue to mutate. While property insurers still face the brunt of virus-based lawsuits in the form of business-interruption coverage disputes, the landscape may be shifting with an increase in litigation around so-called take-home COVID-19. This time, insureds and their commercial general liability insurers are in the crosshairs.

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Melissa M. D'Alelio


Member of Executive Board
Chair, Insurance and Catastrophic Loss Group

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