News & Analysis as of

Hurricane Matthew

Extend Development Orders and Building Permits for Almost One Year Due to Zika State of Emergency Extension - Interested parties...

by Bilzin Sumberg on

Governor Scott, for the second time, has extended the State of Emergency issued for the Zika Virus. As a result, holders of development orders and building permits have another opportunity to claim a longer extension. The...more

Florida Development Permits Eligible for Extensions Due to Storms and Other Conditions

by Holland & Knight LLP on

In accordance with Section 252.363, Florida Statutes, when the governor declares a state of emergency in Florida, the time to exercise rights under a permit, authorization or development order is tolled and an opportunity to...more

IRS Relief Available to Victims of Hurricane Matthew in North Carolina, South Carolina, Georgia and Florida

by Smith Anderson on

Some good news in the wake of Hurricane Matthew: participants in 401(k) and similar employer-sponsored retirement plans who have been adversely affected by Hurricane Matthew may be eligible to use their retirement savings to...more

Who Is Responsible For That Fallen Tree?

by Ward and Smith, P.A. on

In the aftermath of Hurricane Matthew many of us are dealing with damage caused by fallen trees. In planned communities, the question of responsibility for damage caused by fallen trees is often posed to the owners...more

IN Catastrophes: Preparing for Hurricane Matthew Claims in the Carolinas

by Cozen O'Connor on

Thousands of homes and other buildings both on the coast and in the interior of the Carolinas have been damaged or destroyed by Hurricane Matthew, and ongoing flooding continues to cause damage and hinder recovery efforts. By...more

Hurricane Matthew flood claims may not be entirely preempted by federal law

by Womble Bond Dickinson on

In the wake of Hurricane Matthew and its associated flooding (particularly in North Carolina and South Carolina), a recent case of first impression in the Sixth Circuit may be cited by both damaged businesses and insurers and...more

Post-Hurricane Matthew: Insurance Statutes and Regulations

by Carlton Fields on

Because Hurricane Matthew claims may be taking you and your colleagues to several different states, we thought it might be helpful to bear in mind the different claims adjusting standards and regulations in those states that...more

Hurricane Matthew Requires Immediate Action to Maximize Insurance Recovery

After tearing through the Caribbean, Hurricane Matthew’s path brought it north to the Southeastern coast of the U.S., bringing evacuations, business closures and damages to the region. Florida, Georgia, South Carolina and...more

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