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Insurers are appealing to the top court in hopes of overturning an earlier ruling that found some U.K. carriers had wrongly rejected business interruption claims spurred by COVID-19.  (Photo: Shutterstock) Insurers are appealing to the top court in hopes of overturning an earlier ruling that found some U.K. carriers had wrongly rejected business interruption claims spurred by COVID-19.  (Photo: Shutterstock)

On Nov. 16, the U.K. business interruption insurance test case appeal began with several major insurance companies claiming to the U.K. Supreme Court that it is inappropriate to assume there could be unlimited coverage during a pandemic. The appeal was fast-tracked to the court for a four-day hearing.

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