Is looting covered by insurance? Depends on the business

Sean Wotherspoon spent Saturday night in his Los Angeles home, watching live as his businesses were destroyed.

He watched as security-camera feeds showed people shattering the plate glass windows of his Round Two store on Melrose Avenue and walking out with more than $250,000 worth of high-end street wear. He saw them make off with about as much inventory from his vintage store next door. He watched as the Round Two location on the other side of the country in Richmond, Va., was hollowed out by fire.

“I’ve been robbed before, but nothing like this,” Wotherspoon said.

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