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Legal Hotline For Hurricane Victims To Close


Floridians who were affected by Hurricane Irma and need legal advice have until the end of the week to call a free hotline. Attorneys can answer questions about things like landlord -tenant or foreclosure issues, home repair contracts and contractors, and filing life, medical and property insurance claims.
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Puerto Rico

Intersection: Hurricane Recovery Check In; Puerto Rico Radio; Thomas McClary


https://wmfeintersection.s3.amazonaws.com/103117_Intersection.mp3Podcast: Play in new window | DownloadSubscribe: Android | RSSThe impact of Hurricane Irma was felt all over Florida, but while the storm meant a few days without power for some residents, for many others, the effects were much worse. The storm damaged homes and disrupted jobs, and power outages meant spoiled food, stretching the resources of people already on a limited budget. On this episode of Intersection we check on the recovery from Hurricane Irma, nearly two months on. with Seminole County emergency manager Alan Harris, Karen Knapik from …
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