Politicians in Washington D.C. are starting to take notice of business owner frustrations with their insurance companies re: business interruption claims.

Given the magnitude of losses, impacts to the economy, and property-casualty insurers' surplus exceeding $800 billion, expect to see a lot more scrutiny on this issue. 

One U.S. Representative asked insurance companies to provide: (1) "by April 21 the language of any provision used to deny claims filed for 'business income' and related coverages, and (2) "the number of acceptances and denials, and profit figures, from such coverages."