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A Guide to Insurance Coverage for Losses from the September 11, 2001, Attacks
is a primer for insured's who sustained consequential property or business losses.
Losses were suffered not just by businesses and individuals in New York and
the Washington, D.C., area but also by businesses around the world when airlines
were shut down for several days; buildings, malls, and theme parks were closed;
events were canceled; and mail wasn't delivered. Some of these losses continue
The article was authored by Kirk A. Pasich and Curtis D. Porterfield, partners
in the firm of Howrey Simon Arnold & White. Leading experts in insurance
law, Pasich and Porterfield are coauthors of the upcoming CCH publication Liabilities
and Insurance for Computer and Internet Losses and Claims.
The article discusses several potentially applicable insurance coverage's,
including coverage for business interruption losses and for the expenses incurred
to avoid or minimize loss. It also addresses various exclusions (for war or
terrorism, for example), determining causation and the number of occurrences,
and the practical matters of making a claim for insurance coverage, overcoming
the problem of lost or destroyed insurance policies, and proving the amount
of the loss.
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