Coronavirus Crisis: Unique Times Make For Unique Lawsuits
Last month, an article on this blog wrote of a federal lawsuit by two passengers aboard the Grand Princess which was anchored off the coast of California as a result of COVID-19 outbreak. What made the lawsuit unique was that neither of the plaintiffs had actually contracted COVID-19 at the time of its filing. The alleged damages stemmed only from the risk of exposure to the virus.
Since then, other unique lawsuits have been filed in the wake of the COVID-19 crisis.