STORY FROM: COVID-19 Litigation Report

D.C. Eatery Hits The Hartford With Class Action, Says COVID-19 Losses Covered

WASHINGTON, D.C. — A Washington, D.C., eatery has filed a class action against its insurer, seeking losses arising from government-mandated COVID-19 restrictions that have brought its business “to a complete halt.”

In an April 27 complaint filed in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, GCDC LLC, d/b/a GCDC Grilled Cheese Bar says its policy, issued by Sentinel Insurance Co. and The Hartford Financial Services Group, “does not exclude the risks of a pandemic and the necessary public health counter-measures that would mandate business closures and population-wide social distancing.”

“GCDC and other restaurants similarly situated bought full-spectrum, ...

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