Most Small Businesses will fail within Six Months
(May 16, 2020) While many non-business owners in America have derided proprietors who have opened their doors and then found themselves arrested and fined, a Bloomberg survey has shown that 52 percent of small
Wisconsin Business Owners protest Lockdown
(May 8, 2020) Wisconsin business owners protested the state's lockdown last week, pleading  with Governor Tony Evers and a legislative committee to open the state for business. Dozens of people testified to ask the
(May 4, 2020) Thousands of Marylanders protested in their state's capital city Saturday, May Day, as a lawsuit was filed against the governor over the state’s forced lockdown that began in March. Lockdown protests
Houston Restaurant Owner files Lawsuit over Covid Lockdown Claims
(April 30, 2020) A prominent Houston restaurant owner has filed an insurance lawsuit for business losses caused by the Covid-19 lockdown. Russell Ybarra filed suit yesterday for revenue losses several of his businesses have
Frequently Asked Questions for Covid-19 Business Interruption Claims
  Please note: These Frequently Asked Questions and Answers for Covid-19 Business Interruption insurance claims are intended for general information only. They are not intended to be used in place of actual legal advice
Hope for Covid-19 Business Interruption Claims
  (April 23, 2020) Many business owners have already heard through the news or seen firsthand -- with an insurance company’s claim denial letter -- that most insurers are refusing to pay business interruption
Texas Law Firm Group handling Covid-19 Business Interruption Claims
Matthews & Associates Law Firm is teaming with several other highly experienced law firms pursing claims against insurance companies for denying coverage for Covid-related losses. All across the country, insurance companies are refusing to
States may shift Covid-19 Business Interruption Losses to Insurers
(April 13, 2020) Several states may shift Covid-19 business losses to insurers. At least seven states have introduced legislation to make insurance companies retroactively compensate businesses for losses suffered due to Covid 19 closures.
EPA never evaluated Roundup
(March 27, 2020) The EPA never evaluated Roundup for carcinogenicity, according to attorneys fighting Monsanto as it tries to overturn an $80 million jury verdict. Jurors last March sided with Edwin Hardeman, who argued
Vigano Letters unmask Catholic Conspiracy of Silence
The Vigano letters (2018-2019) show the highest offices of Catholic church hierarchy morally culpable in their abject failure to remove bad actors from positions of power. But the Vigano letters and the testimony of
Coronavirus Update: Matthews & Associates continues uninterrupted
Matthews & Associates wishes to assure our clients, colleagues, vendors, and friends that we are taking all the recommended precautions to safeguard human health and safety as best we can to help stop the
Historic Lawsuit filed against Vatican
(March 10, 2020) – In an historic lawsuit, the Vatican (Holy See) has been named as a defendant for turning a known pedophile priest loose in several Roman Catholic dioceses and institutions. Rather than
Catholic Church moves assets, re-victimizes sex abuse victims
(March 6, 2020) The Catholic church has been busy moving assets to make less compensation money available to priest sex abuse victims. The church is estimated to have transferred at least $2 billion in
New Jersey Lawsuit Filed over Clergy Sex Abuse  
March 4, 2020 – A new New Jersey lawsuit has just been filed against the Catholic church and several other parties over clergy sex abuse. A New Jersey man has filed a child sex