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Archive: Coverage Issues
- 12/4/20 - District of Columbia: D.C. Enacts Second Commercial Insurance Claim Tolling Emergency Act of 2020 (Act 23-427)
- 7/27/20 - District of Columbia: D.C. Enacts Commercial Insurance Claim Tolling Emergency Act of 2020
- 8/5/20 - Georgia: Georgia COVID-19 Pandemic Business Safety Act Enacted
- 8/27/20 - Idaho: Idaho Enacts Coronavirus Limited Immunity Act
- 6/18/20 - Iowa: Iowa Enacts Civil Liability Legislation to Provide Civil Liability Immunity
- 6/8/20 - Kansas: Kansas Enacted House Bill 2016 Includes Civil Liability Immunity
- 4/6/20 - Louisiana: Legislation Would Require Certain Perils Be Covered Under Business Interruption Insurance During the Coronavirus
- 4/12/20 - Louisiana: Legislation Would Require Property Policies to Cover Cost of Disinfecting Fumigation Because of COVID-19
- 3/24/20 - Massachusetts: Bill Would Require Insurers to Provide Business Interruption Insurance Coverage in Connection with the COVID-19 Pandemic
- 7/8/20 - Mississippi: New Mississippi Law Provides Civil Liability Immunity for Businesses and Products
- 10/22/20 - Michigan: Bill Provides Civil Liability Immunity Retroactive to March 1st
- 4/29/20 - Michigan: Legislation Introduced that would Require Retroactive Business Income Coverage
- 8/11/20 - Nevada: New Law Limits Civil Liability of Certain Businesses
- 9/9/20 - North Carolina: COVID-19 Limited Immunity Act Enacted in North Carolina
- 7/2/20 - North Carolina: North Carolina Enacts Legislation to Provide Limited Immunity from Liability for COVID-19 Claims
- 3/22/20 - Pennsylvania: Bill Would Require COVID-19 Business Interruption Coverage With Reimbursement for Insurer
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