Pizza Shop Owner
Retail & Hospitality
The insured owns a chain of pizza shops. One of the insured’s stores was broken into and $2,500 was stolen – $1,500 in a locked money box and $1,000 from the register for the daily float covering in-store purchases and a float provision for their delivery drivers.
The insured held a business pack policy which included cover under the Money section of the Policy. The insurer paid the claim pursuant to the terms and conditions of policy less the insured’s excess.
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