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Wouldn’t it be lovely to be prepared?    ORLANDO, Fla.—As the Hurricane Season begins, it is important for businesses to spend some time in getting well prepared. By taking the initiative to start planning early, you are one step ahead with a plan that will have you ready in the event of a disaster. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. —More than half of Florida’s counties have adopted a fertilizer ordinance, including Marion, Orange, Volusia and Seminole. This ordinance was implemented as nutrient impairment of waterbodies and springs has become a major concern throughout the state.    READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. —On Sunday, May 5, the U.S. Small Business Administration National Small Business Week 2019 kicks off with a week-long celebration. National Small Business Week is proclaimed by the President of the United States to recognize the critical contributions made by America’s small businesses and entrepreneurs to our economy. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. — Business insurance protects you from the unexpected costs of running a business. Accidents, natural disasters, and lawsuits could run you out of business if you’re not protected with the right insurance. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. — Drivers for rideshare companies, such as Uber and Lyft, are required by Florida law to have insurance coverage whenever the rideshare app is on. All vehicle owners are also required to carry a minimum amount of car insurance.       READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. —According to the Miami New Times,Florida is closer than ever to legalizing recreational, adult-use marijuana. That's according to State Sen. Randolph Bracy and State Rep. Michael Grieco, who have introduced new measures aimed at placing the legalization of recreational pot in voters' hands in the November 2020 general election. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla. — As a hurricane-prone state Florida’s stakes in this matter are very high. The new report finds that most states with strong building code systems in place at the time of the original 2012 report remain committed to building safety. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla.—Employers conducting work in the State of Florida are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. Specific employer coverage requirements are based on the type of industry, number of employees and entity organization. READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla.— As we all anticipated, the insurance industry was watching to see how the market would react to the amount of catastrophic damage caused by hurricanes especially in Florida, Louisiana, Texas and North Carolina, wild fires in California and other natural disasters.    READ MORE >>

ORLANDO, Fla.—According to Real Time Health Quotes, 4 million people in Florida are without health insurance (over 20% of the population). According to the same study, 94% of large businesses supply health insurance to their employees, whereas small business health insurance in Florida is only offered by 38% of small businesses. READ MORE >>

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