Covid-19 test case judgment: to what extent are business interruption policies triggered by non-physical damage/loss?

Business Interruption (BI) insurance policies are normally triggered by physical damage/loss. A test case brought by the FCA explored whether such cover could be triggered by non-physical damage/loss linked with COVID-19.

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