“Weathering The Storm: A Top 10 List For Condo and HOA Boards,” Miami Herald

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As all Floridians know, storm season can be a very hectic time. Preparation for – as well as the aftermath of – storms is stressful. Board members of community associations are hit particularly hard by the nerve-wracking days of hurricane season because not only do they have to worry about themselves, they also have to worry about common areas and the building structure itself. Vulnerable residents and funds also play into the mix. Add all these factors together and being a board member can be a tough position to be in this time of year. Shareholder Donna DiMaggio Berger recently penned a very informative article which addresses these issues. She gives her Top 10 “to do” list for communities.

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Review Your Insurance Policy to Ensure That Your Claim Won’t Be Decided in—New York?

Florida was battered by Hurricane Irma in 2017 and Hurricane Michael in 2018. Many individuals, businesses, and associations are still trying to recover from those devastating storms. It is common for insurance litigation to linger for years, even decades, after the storm has passed. Indeed, Hurricane Wilma related disputes continue to make their way through South Florida’s courts, even though Hurricane Wilma hit more than 10 years ago.