Fifteen minor league baseball teams have thrown their insurers quite the curve ball, by filing lawsuits against the companies that allege breach of contract for not covering business interruption claims due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
According to the lawsuit filed yesterday in the US District Court in Philadelphia, while minor league franchises continue to pay yearly premiums to insurers for business interruption insurance, they have been denied coverage after Major League Baseball (MLB) commissioner Rob Manfred indefinitely suspended their seasons back in March.
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