Insurer Seeks Win In NJ Hair Salon's Virus Coverage Suit

By Ben Zigterman (June 27, 2022, 4:44 PM EDT) -- A Farmers Insurance unit told a New Jersey federal judge that a hair salon has provided little evidence of physical loss or damage from COVID-19 and the pandemic shutdown orders.

In its bid for summary judgment, Mid-Century Insurance Co. said the only evidence that Cammie's Spectacular Salon in Wrightstown, New Jersey, has produced in discovery is that four guests in its salon later tested positive for COVID-19.

"Cammie's has no admissible evidence to support this assertion and, in any event, the assertion does not begin to show direct physical loss of, or damage to, property," Mid-Century wrote Friday.

And it argued...

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