Damage To Boston Businesses May Not Be Covered By Insurance
By: Curt Nickisch
April 26, 2013
Businesses around Copley Square are hoping the Boston Marathon bombings won't be officially declared an act of terrorism. That's because they stand to lose insurance money. Many have business interruption insurance to pay for lost income — but that doesn't apply to terrorism and few businesses pay extra to cover it.
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