Hospitality Org, Tribe Back Dentist’s Virus Coverage Appeal

By Ben Zigterman (May 17, 2022, 8:18 PM EDT) — The Washington Hospitality Association and the Snoqualmie Indian Tribe backed a pediatric dental practice’s COVID-19 coverage appeal before the Washington Supreme Court, asking the state’s high court to ignore insurers’ warnings of insolvency. In separate amicus briefs, the groups said the warnings shouldn’t play a role in the high court’s consideration of Hill and Stout PLLC’s appeal against Mutual of Enumclaw Insurance Co. A hospitality group and a Native American tribe told the Washington Supreme Court that insurers’ warnings that covering COVID-19 claims would force them into bankruptcy are “red herrings” and should be disregarded. (AP Photo/Seth Wenig) “The court should. . . Stay ahead of the curve

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