COVID-19 South Florida Impact

The outbreak of COVID-19 represents one of the most significant global public health crises in the last century and is causing major disruptions and unprecedented unpredictability in markets, businesses and economies.

Like many of our clients, we at Acle Law operate across all of Florida and grasp the speed at which the current situation continues develop. Businesses and residents of Florida across every industry and demographic are facing new challenges as the future remains in flux. One thing is for certain however – this will eventually pass.

 Some of the most important considerations that we as Floridians are facing in the meantime may include:

  • Comply with the law and advice set forth by federal, state and local officials designed to safeguard residents and employees and mitigate the spread of the disease.
  • Implement travel restrictions and social distancing policies to protect the health of your neighbors and the safety of our Florida workforce.
  • Evaluate the impact of legal requirements and policies including your insurance position.
  • Adopt, revise and if necessary, implement continuity, succession and other relevant policies and plans.
  • Evaluate the availability of business interruption, property, casualty and other forms of insurance.
  • Project the financial impact of COVID-19 on your business and personal wealth and adjust budgets and expenditures to manage your resources accordingly.
  • Talk to your neighbors, co-workers, friends and family. We’re stronger unified than divided.

Acle Law remains committed to actively advising clients on these and other urgent legal matters. We are deeply committed to the South Florida community we call home and the safety and well-being of our clients and our people is paramount. As a South Florida law firm with more than 20 years of experience in disaster litigation, our team is on hand and well-suited to help guide you and your business through this uncertain time. Please contact your Acle Law partner at 305-447-4667 or visit should you have any questions or require any legal advice on any Florida property COVID-19 issues.