Caesars Makes A Lawsuit For Insurers For Damages From A Pandemic By More Than 2 Billion
On monday, 22.03.2021, caesars entertainment stated he filed a lawsuit against its insurance company regarding the steated losses from covid-19 in the amount of more than 2 billion dollars.
On monday with the filing of federal regulators, caesars said that it has property insurance in protest against "all risks of physical loss or damage" and any interruption of business that could arise.
"However, despite the fact that the overwhelming majority of insurance policies of the company do not exclude losses or damage caused by a virus or pandemic, insurance companya refused to pay losses of the company, which are estimated to exceed $ 2 billion," said caesars.
The lawsuit was filed on march 19 in the county court of clark district and calls several insurance company by responders. Caesars declares in his claim that pares more than 25 million dollars of premiums for the "police portfolio, taking iccount all risks, providing for more than $ 3.4 billion as coverage limits, but did not receive any payments in response to the "business interrupt" caused by the presence of the virus.
All game objects in nevada were closed in march last year and should remain closed until june 4 to limit the distribution of covid-19. Other states introduced similar closures in the us.
Caesars lawyers refer to covid-19, including dismissal, donations of food and financial assistance, as well as on the statistics of covid-19 and unemployment data.
"Caesars continues to experience physical loss and / or damage to property and the interruption of its activities as the pandemic continues, despite the adoption of measures to reduce the risk associated with sars-cov-2 and / or covid-19," says.
The game company declares violation of the nevada state of unfair requirements. It requires an order in which it is declared that his losses are covered by its insurance policies. Like a suit filed in 2020, circus circus, caesars focuses most of its arguments at loss from covid-19 when covering their insurance policies.