Floridians (In All 67 Counties) – Prepare Now for Hurricane Dorian
This will be a much shorter article than usual. It is intended to provide early and proactive planning information in advance of Hurricane Dorian. Please note that all 67 Florida counties are now under a state of emergency.
In Hurricane Barry Avoided Florida. This One Time We ‘Got Lucky.’ Let Us Learn and Prepare, a number of pre-hurricane measures were listed. Please take a moment to review and implement them at this time.
A few ‘common-sense’ ones have been brought to this writer’s attention during the past couple of days:
- Fill bottles and jugs with drinking water
- Fill bathtubs with water to be used for commode flushing purposes
- Do laundry now in case utilities become unavailable
The following is a short list of governmental resources which can be of assistance with personal and business planning:
- National Hurricane Center
- Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA)
- Florida Division of Emergency Management
Please do all you can to be safe during this upcoming potentially damaging weather event.
– For more information, call Philip N. Kabler of the Gainesville, FL office of Bogin, Munns & Munns at 352.332.7688, where he practices in the areas of business, banking, real estate, and equine law. He has taught business and real estate law courses at the University of Florida Levin College of Law and Warrington College of Business Administration. And is now the President-Elect of the Eighth Judicial Circuit Bar Association.
NOTICE: The article above is not intended to serve as legal advice, and you should not rely on it as such. It is offered only as general information. You should consult with a duly licensed attorney regarding your Florida legal matter, as every situation is unique. Please know that merely reading this article, subscribing to this blog, or otherwise contacting Bogin, Munns & Munns does not establish an attorney-client relationship with our firm. Should you seek legal representation from Bogin, Munns & Munns, any such representation must first be agreed to by the firm and confirmed in a written agreement.