In-N-Out Is Suing Its Insurance Company for Not Covering a COVID Claim

The burger chain says its policy covers ”entirely unknown and novel risks that may arise which were not previously considered by the company”
Chris Nichols • Los Angeles Magazine • June 6, 2020
Irvine-based In-N-Out Burger has filed a lawsuit against its insurance company for not paying out on a business interruption claim due to mandated closures brought on by COVID-19. The iconic fast food chain has more than 350 locations across...
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