Tag Archives: Michelle Claverol

Volcanic Activity May Be Covered Under a Property Policy–But What Does That Include and How Does it Work?

Many property insurance policies cover "Volcanic Action." In Volcano Fiasco – Understanding Business Interruption Claims, Part 17 and Possible Coverage to Obtain Recovery from Volcanic Activity – Understanding Business Interruption Claims, Part 18, Michelle Claverol wrote regarding the possibility of collecting for business loss caused by volcanic ash. My friend, Mark Nation, wrote about travel … Continue Reading

The Duane Reade Saga — Understanding Business Interruption Claims, Part 16

(Note: This Guest Blog is by Michelle Claverol, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Coral Gables, Florida, office. This is the part of a series she is writing on business interruption claims).  New York-based drugstore chain, Duane Reade, must feel like it is Ground Hog Day every time their attorneys call to give status on … Continue Reading

Learning from Other’s Mistakes — Understanding Business Interruption Claims, Part 15

(Note: This Guest Blog is by Michelle Claverol, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Coral Gables, Florida, office. This is the part of a series she is writing on business interruption claims).  “Experience is the name everyone gives to their mistakes” – Oscar Wilde I picked up a couple of pointers worth sharing in an … Continue Reading

Post-Loss Market Earnings Ignored in Mississippi – Understanding Business Interruption Claims, Part 14

(Note: This Guest Blog is by Michelle Claverol, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Coral Gables, Florida, office. This is the part of a series she is writing on business interruption claims).   Several weeks ago, in a blog titled To Consider the Economy, or Not to? ‘That is the Question’, I examined two diverging legal … Continue Reading

Can a Carrier’s Delay Toll the Period of Restoration? — Understanding Business Interruption Claims, Part 10

(Note: This Guest Blog is by Michelle Claverol, an attorney with Merlin Law Group in the Coral Gables, Florida, office. This is the part of a series she is writing on business interruption claims). Last weekend, I took a little break from blogging to spend time with my parents and siblings to reconnect and reinforce bonds that … Continue Reading

The Period of Restoration Does Not End When the Business Is Sold or Operations Cease

Michelle Claverol has been writing a weekly post every Sunday regarding business interruption and extra expense issues. I can tell that weekend posts are not read as often as those published during the workweek. I encourage those involved with commercial claims to go back and review her discussions of this important commercial coverage. She went home … Continue Reading
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