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Understanding business interruption insurance. A disputed claim can take years to resolve, so policyholders should have a clear understanding of what is or is not covered by their business interruption policy. (Photo: Shutterstock)

When a catastrophic loss hits, a commercial insured’s business interruption (BI) insurance coverage can be the difference between business survival and demise. Anticipating the traps lurking in ever-evolving policy wording, likely loss-quantification approaches, and a host of other complicating factors, including constantly shifting insurable risks, can present significant challenges to even the most insurance-savvy business.

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