Dublin hotel insists Covid-19 insurance claim is valid test case
Owners of the Marlin Hotel say insurer Allianz’s attempt to send its claim to arbitration is contrary to Central Bank guidance
Allianz, the insurance firm, has been accused by the owners of the Marlin Hotel of disregarding Central Bank guidance over Covid-related business insurance claims by attempting to send its claim into private arbitration.
The company behind the Marlin Hotel, a 300-room hotel on Bow Lane East in Dublin, is suing Allianz as part of a dispute over a claim it made for business insurance cover as a result of having to shut its doors during...
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