Insurers at risk of £1.6bn bill following £386k QBE payout

Covid closed businesses

A loss assessor has suggested an additional £1.6bn may be up for grabs for businesses that have received Covid-19-related business interruption payouts.

It comes after QBE paid a combined £386,215 in interest to 86 businesses represented by Salmon Assessors in December following almost two years of wrangling.

The way for the December payout was paved

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