David Russell

Cal State Northridge

Insurance and finance professor at Cal State Northridge.

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Frequently when there’s an interruption to a business that the owner couldn’t control, the insurance policy covers it.

Many business insurance policies don't cover lost costs during a pandemic

Frequently when there’s an interruption to a business that the owner couldn’t control, the insurance policy covers it.

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