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  • Filing an Insurance Claim Now That Hurricane Irma has Passed
    Filing an Insurance Claim Now That Hurricane Irma has Passed

    The record-breaking Hurricane Irma has passed over Florida, causing widespread destruction, statewide power outages, and several reported deaths. As the hurricane pushes northward and deescalates into ...

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  • How to Prepare Your Home & Family for Hurricane Irma
    How to Prepare Your Home & Family for Hurricane Irma

    Living in Florida is a beautiful thing. We are lucky enough to indulge in enjoyable weather, wildlife, and nature all year round. However, living in Florida does come with its risks--most commonly, ...

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  • Inspecting Property After Hurricane Matthew Has Passed
    Inspecting Property After Hurricane Matthew Has Passed

    Hurricane Matthew has passed Florida and is making its way up towards Georgia and South Carolina. For the better part of the storm, which was deescalated to a Category 3 for some of its lifespan, the ...

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  • Hurricane Matthew Draws Close to Florida Coast - Prepare Now
    Hurricane Matthew Draws Close to Florida Coast - Prepare Now

    Category 4 Hurricane Matthew is currently wreaking havoc in the Bahamas and is making its way steadily towards the Atlantic coastline of Florida. It is predicted to slam the state late tonight or ...

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  • How Mena Law Firm Can Help You Prepare for Tropical Storm Erika
    How Mena Law Firm Can Help You Prepare for Tropical Storm Erika

    South Florida is a beautiful place to live, however it is very susceptible to hurricanes. South Florida residents should prepare for Hurricane Season so that they are covered in the unfortunate event ...

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  • Preparing for Miami's Hurricane Season
    Preparing for Miami's Hurricane Season

    As the weather is getting warmer, we are approaching hurricane season. In Florida, the hurricane seasons lasts from June 1 through November 30; therefore, it's time to start planning ahead and ...

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