Businesses still reeling from weeks of losing money during ordered closures are now facing another concern as they begin to reopen: COVID-19 liability. Many are worried about liability should customers or employees contract the disease. A labor and employment attorney fully expects future lawsuits, whether they have merit or not. “On any other day, there’s fertile ground for plenty...
Most business owners are thrilled to reopen, but there are questions about COVID “liability” — what happens if a customer or employee gets sick. NBC 7’s Artie Ojeda spoke with one business owner, with an idea to avoid any potential legal action.