For those of you who have wondered, but not inquired, as to why I’ve not been blogging for essentially the past 6 months, early last September I injured my hand while helping my band’s drummer unload his drum hardware in a very heavy case while preparing for a gig at a local venue. The injury required a visit to the hospital emergency room and ultimately surgery that took about 4 months to recover from. In the past couple of months I’ve been working to be able to use my hand fully so our band could get back to gigging. Needless to say, I couldn’t type for a while.

Barring any other setbacks, right now I plan to resume blogging sometime in April and will try to keep something of a schedule. My first article will likely be an update on COVID-19 litigation, given that the very first lawsuit filed by someone seeking business income coverage finally made its way through the entire system, culminating in a decision by the state Supreme Court. In addition, I’ve been working on a new book about the industry-standard CGL policy for over two years and these recent events set me back on that as well, so I need to invest time in resuming that effort.

So, look for me in the next month or so and you can usually find me making periodic posts on LinkedIn at least weekly, if not more often. In the meantime, I thought you might be interested in reading two recent related articles I published in my monthly Insurance Journal column:

Insurance Coverage and Television

Insurance Advertising and Regulators

Thanks again for your patience and I’ll see you soon.

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