Since I once loved the law enough to do my first year of law school, there are occasionally articles that attract my interest that most people would skip over. One I saw this past week on Above The Law was about insurance claims in the wake of Covid-19. The author noted that the topic isn’t interesting to everyone, but a factoid at the beginning caught my attention:
But I heard something interesting about insurance last week that I just had to share with you: Some European insurance companies are now seeing fewer automobile insurance claims than at any time since World War II. (On second thought, maybe my definition of “interesting” and yours don’t match up precisely.) That gives you an idea of what the pandemic has done to travel across a big swath of the world.
The Waves Of COVID-19 Insurance Claims | Above the Law
But the rest of his article is pretty interesting too, as he noted what he sees as three likely waves of insurance claims:
- Travel — in the OP, it argues this one has already passed with people filing claims related to cancelled trips, etc.