Football clubs step up BI court case against insurers

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A group of professional football clubs has set out its demand for multiple business interruption payments having kicked off a High Court multi-million pound Covid-19 related legal case last month.

The twenty claimants (see list) are pursuing the legal claim against Allianz, Aviva, CNA, Liberty Mutual, MS Amlin and Zurich.

The Particulars of Claim filing by Clifford Chance representing the clubs detailed that the claimants contend they suffered multiple losses but that “the defendants are understood to deny this and argue there was only one relevant single business interruption loss”.

So far the defendants have only been prepared to make interim payments of £2.5m plus any additional

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