Dozens of COVID-19 lawsuits have been filed in Texas, including lawsuits for people who were infected or died of coronavirus, as well as lawsuits against insurance companies.
Texas Barbershop Owner Files Business Interruption Lawsuit
A barbershop owner in San Antonio, Texas filed one of the first business interruption lawsuits in Texas against his insurance company, State Farm Lloyds, for rejecting coverage. His 7 shuttered barbershops lost at least $1 million in revenue due to “stay-at-home” orders.
Tyson Foods COVID-19 Lawsuit in Texas
Tyson Foods was hit with a wrongful death lawsuit in Texas after a meat cutter died in an outbreak of COVID-19 at the meatpacking plant in Amarillo, Texas. Click here to read more.
Quality Sausage Co. Coronavirus Lawsuit in Dallas
The family of a man from Dallas, Texas who died after contracting the coronavirus filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Quality Sausage Co. for failing to prevent the spread of COVID-19 within the facility.
Texas Nursing Home Hit With $1 Million COVID-19 Death Lawsuit
The family of a nursing home employee who died of COVID-19 filed a $1 million wrongful death lawsuit against West Oaks Nursing and Rehabilitation Center in South Austin, Texas. Click here to read more.
HEB Hit With Injury Lawsuit for Defective COVID-19 Shield
The Texas grocery store HEB was hit with a lawsuit involving a shopper who suffered a severe foot injury when a heavy plastic shield that was installed to protect against COVID-19 fell on her foot. Click here to read more.