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French Quarter restaurant wins appeal in bid to get COVID business interruption insurance payments | businessnews

In a case that has garnered national attention, a Louisiana appeals court this week ruled that a French Quarter restaurant’s insurance policy should cover losses stemming from COVID-19 shutdowns and restrictions that hurt its business. The case, which was initially filed in March 2020, was… Read More »French Quarter restaurant wins appeal in bid to get COVID business interruption insurance payments | businessnews

‘I became aware the day of his funeral, got served the papers’: Widow of Beloit Police officer copes with termination of health insurance | News

BELOIT (WKOW) – The widow of a Beloit Police officer says while she continues to cope with her husband’s death from COVID-19, she’s struggling physically and financially after city officials terminated her health insurance. “I became aware the day of his funeral,” Bridgett Daly tells… Read More »‘I became aware the day of his funeral, got served the papers’: Widow of Beloit Police officer copes with termination of health insurance | News

Bill loosens athletic insurance requirements for private high schools in North Carolina. Public schools would keep allowed to purchase other insurance for athletes | govt-and-politics

Private high schools would not be required to have catastrophic health insurance coverage for sports if a revamped state House bill becomes law. The Senate Rules and Operations committee approved House Bill 79 on Thursday, sending it for a potential Senate floor vote next week.… Read More »Bill loosens athletic insurance requirements for private high schools in North Carolina. Public schools would keep allowed to purchase other insurance for athletes | govt-and-politics