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Monthly Archives: May 2020

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How to Protect Your Car from Hail Damage

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Though little appreciated, hailstorms can cause serious damage. Record hailstorms have struck the United States over the past few years. On March 19, 2018, for example, hailstones measuring over 5 inches hit parts of Alabama. A different storm in 2010 dropped stones that were more than 8 inches in diameter and weighed almost two… Read More »

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Should You Purchase a Generator for Your Home?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

It is always a shock to discover how dependent we are on electricity. Most of us rely on electricity to cook our food, cool our homes, and connect us to the world through the phone or computer. When a powerful storm knocks out the power, many people are helpless. This is why many homeowners… Read More »

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Will Florida Use Ubers & Lyfts to Evacuate during Hurricane Season?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

A story in USA Today discusses how the Florida Division of Emergency Management is planning for the upcoming hurricane season. Although we all hope that it is a quiet season, odds are not good. Instead, there is ample evidence that Florida could be seeing above-average hurricane and tropical storm activity, especially early in the… Read More »

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How One Florida County is Preparing for Hurricane Season

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With hurricane season only 6 weeks away, Florida counties are gearing up. The Ledger has an informative story about how Polk County is preparing for the coming storm season. According to the county’s Emergency Management director, Polk is preparing to open more shelters this year, a tribute to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. In fact,… Read More »

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Emotional Trauma Caused by a Hurricane

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Although we talk often of the financial losses associated with hurricanes, we do not want to minimize the emotional distress that many people feel following a storm. Homeowners and government officials alike can feel incredible stress, some of them even showing signs of post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A new study focusing on Puerto Rico… Read More »

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Was Your Home Vandalized or Burglarized after a Storm?

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

Hurricanes and other storms can substantially damage the structure of your home. But a weakened home also invites thieves and vandals. If you fled Florida during a storm, you might be returning home to more than water damage behind the walls. Someone could have taken this opportunity to break in and clean out your… Read More »

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Keep Paying Your Insurance Premiums

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

The recent coronavirus pandemic has certainly hit many Daytona Beach businesses hard. Consequently, they have laid off or furloughed many workers, who have seen their income drop to zero. In this economic environment, many business owners and individuals are looking for ways to cut expenses so that they can continue to make payroll or… Read More »

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Concrete Umbrellas Could Help Hold Back Storm Surge

By Bundza & Rodriguez, P.A. |

As we have written about before, hurricanes increasingly cause more damage due to flooding than the high-speed winds that slam into buildings. Storm surge, in particular, is a serious problem on the coast of Florida. High waves can swamp roads and damage buildings. Indeed, floodwaters have accounted for half of all deaths in hurricanes… Read More »

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Will COVID-19 Pandemic Affect Hurricane Preparation

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Floridians are in the crosshairs of two natural disasters—the upcoming hurricane season and the current COVID-19 pandemic. Many officials have begun to speak to the news media about the concerns they have. There is no guarantee that the pandemic will be over by June, when the traditional hurricane season starts. Concerns over Sheltering the… Read More »

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