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What To Do When Insurance Companies Won’t Pay

5 minute read

While having cyber insurance coverage is important, it’s important to have coverage counsel as well, says Scott Godes, Partner and Co-Chair, Insurance Recovery and Counseling Practice, and Co-Chair, Data Security and Privacy at Barnes & Thornburg LLP.

Scott joins host Andy Anderson to walk through the details of a case he dealt with. They discuss:

– Direct and indirect loss — covering both Scott’s opinions and those of the courts.

– Why the language in an insurance contract is so important in deciding cases like these.

– Tips on how to evaluate and buy insurance.

– How coverage counsel can help you receive coverage when your insurance company refuses to pay.

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