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HIRSCHFIELD-LOUIK v. THE CINCINNATI INSURANCE COMPANY et al
October 14, 2022
A Pennsylvania federal judge on Friday dismissed dozens of consolidated cases seeking coverage for pandemic-related losses from four insurers, joining other courts around the country in finding that COVID-19 and its associated government shutdown orders did not cause "physical" change to the businesses' properties.
May 16, 2022
Businesses seeking insurance coverage for pandemic-related losses argued Monday that the COVID-19 virus stuck to surfaces and physically altered them, but a Pennsylvania judge threatened to undercut their argument with office supplies.
January 28, 2022
A group of Pennsylvania businesses pushed back against the Cincinnati Insurance Co.'s effort to dismiss their putative class action seeking coverage for COVID-19-related losses, arguing that a structural alteration is not necessary to have a covered "physical loss."
October 08, 2021
A group of Pennsylvania businesses joined together to bring a putative class action against Cincinnati Insurance Co. for coverage of their pandemic-related losses, saying the presence of the coronavirus at their properties resulted in physical damage required for coverage.