7 Lawsuits to Watch Out For Right Now As businesses re-open, many may be opening their doors to legal troubles. Make sure you've stayed on the right side of the law throughout the crisis.
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We're living in uncertain times in every sense. But in coming months, one thing to keep a particularly close eye on is how the legal landscape will evolve. In the wake of the global health crisis, there are likely to be many lawsuits filed. And while most business owners have done everything they can just to survive these difficult times, that desperation may come back to haunt them if they aren't mindful of potential legal issues. Here are some potential allegations to keep in mind as you move forward with recovery.
1. Alleged exposure
In the early days of the crisis, there were (and still are) quite a few unknowns about the virus, and many Americans were not adequately informed of the risks until it was far too late. But if precautions were disregarded at your business and any of your employees were exposed while working, these employees may try to sue in order to hold your company responsible for their medical bills and suffering.