Insurance policy exemptions may leave those affected by the World Trade Center catastrophe vulnerable to further financial disaster. Policies protecting against legal liability, loss of property, worker disability, business continuity, and accidental death and dismemberment may all contain clauses that specifically exclude acts of terrorism or war. And while some companies are vowing to pay all claims, others may be poised to wage protracted legal battles that either delay payments or void them altogether, according to... More >>>