As the fitness industry battles back from months of shutdowns and lost income due to the pandemic, Orangetheory Fitness CEO David Long advocates for the franchise to gain support from the government. “Fitness and wellness is so essential for our world and the U.S. more than ever before,” he says. However, many franchisees have lost revenues, members, and some, entire livelihoods due to COVID-19-related closures. By the end of August 2020, small business owners, such as those in the fitness industry, had received no direct stimulus under the CARES Act but sustained billions in lost sales.
Orangetheory Fitness franchisees have started filing lawsuits, however, to regain compensation lost during the government-mandated shutdowns. Orangetheory Fitness owners that had their COVID-related business interruption insurance claims denied by their insurance companies are seeking to recoup lost revenues with the help from law firms like Grant & Eisenhofer P.A.
Did Your Orangetheory Fitness Studio Lose Revenue due to the COVID-19 Shutdowns? Was Your Insurance Claim Denied?
Grant & Eisenhofer P.A. represents Orangetheory Fitness franchisees fighting their insurance companies for payouts entitled to them following coronavirus closures. For a free consultation, call us at (866) 290-4154 or by filling out the contact form.