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The opinion said "since the existence of the particles is not visible to the naked eye and cannot be seen or felt, any purported damage is not 'physical in nature.’" (Credit: J. Albert Diaz/ALM) The opinion said, “since the existence of the particles is not visible to the naked eye and cannot be seen or felt, any purported damage is not ‘physical in nature.’” (Credit: J. Albert Diaz/ALM)

Society Insurance Inc., a Wisconsin insurer, had 17 separate COVID-19 business interruption suits against it dismissed by a Chicago judge. A group of restaurants filed the cases.

Similar to other COVID-19 business interruption cases, this decision went against policyholders. In this case, the judge said that the plaintiffs in the case failed to establish the direct physical loss required by the coverage.

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