Preserving Small Business in the Aftermath of the Coronavirus Catastrophe
Countless small businesses across the United States have been forced to close, either by government mandate or from lack of demand. The American Property Casualty Insurance Association estimates that business interruption costs for small firms are ranging between $220 and $431 billion per month (or about 10%-20% of U.S. property and casualty insurer assets).
Author: Andreina Zink
Date: 5. May 2020