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Whether due to natural disaster, fire, or another unforeseen event, businesses sometimes must suspend their operations temporarily—for days, weeks or possibly even months. A temporary closure of even a few days can be devastating to a business’s viability, especially if the business doesn’t have a plan for how to deal with it. READ MORE >>

Disaster Recover—Are You Prepared? A bad wind can blow through your law firm or accounting firm at any time.  Daily people and regions around the world are devastated by unforeseen unpredictable events – natural disasters, fires, storms, floods, hurricanes and earthquakes, along with man-made disasters of cyber attached, terror attacks and/or power outages. READ MORE >>

There is a small private flood insurance market in Florida that some say could be a model on how to fix the Federal Flood Insurance Program.  Unfortunately for Florida the test of these private flood insurers may come in the very near future with Irma.   For More Information on the Private Flood Insurance Market READ MORE >>

What many people do not realize is that most homeowners policies, business owners policies, and commercial insurance policies exclude coverage for flood (rising waters etc.).  The National Flood Insurance Program (NRIP) was created because most insurers are reluctant to insure for this peril. READ MORE >>

No one likes to think that their firm could be at risk, but the truth is natural disasters can strike at any time. Being prepared ahead of time can save your firm.  Hurricane season starts in June and continues through November, Tornado season from April until September June, and major thunderstorms or flooding can happen any time. READ MORE >>

Around the world things happen.  A bad wind can blow through your law firm or accounting firm.  Daily there are reports of people and regions around the world devastated by unforeseen unpredictable events – natural disasters, fires, storms, floods and earthquakes, along with man made disasters of cyber attack, terror attacks and/or power outages. READ MORE >>

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