Florida COVID-19 Attorney
The COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic has affected almost every aspect of life in Florida. A statewide ‘Stay Home’ order has been issued in an effort to control the spread of the virus. Unfortunately, the public health measure has also created uncertainty and economic disruption.
At HD Law Partners, our experienced Florida trial attorneys are prepared to help our clients navigate their legal issues during the COVID-19 outbreak. We are fully operational during the pandemic. To schedule a completely confidential remote consultation, please contact our law firm today.
COVID-19 Impacts Key Areas of Law
Business Interruption Insurance
Business interruption insurance provides coverage to companies that are forced to suspend operations to deal with the aftermath of a disaster. While most business interruption policies exclude coverage for viruses and pandemics, it is still expected that a wave of new coronavirus-related insurance claims will be filed. At HD Law Partners, our Florida business interruption attorneys represent insurance carriers. With deep experience handling a wide range of cases, we help our clients resolve coverage disputes in a cost effective and time efficient manner.
Many commercial relationships have been affected by COVID-19. If your company is involved in a dispute related to the coronavirus or the resulting shutdowns—whether it is with a supplier, vendor, partner, or competitor—our business litigation attorneys are ready to help. We provide aggressive, results-focused legal counsel to clients throughout Florida.
Unfortunately, the COVID-19 outbreak is likely to lead to more commercial foreclosures and commercial evictions. Companies facing financial distress may not be able to satisfy their mortgage or rent obligations. At HD Law Partners, our Florida commercial foreclosure attorneys are standing by, ready to protect your rights and help you find a solution.
In March, the federal government passed the $2.2 trillion Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. A comprehensive economic relief package, the CARES Act contains a number of complex provisions—including some important options for mid-sized and small businesses that have been adversely affected by the virus. As an example, through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), companies may be eligible to receive a forgivable loan to cover payroll and rent.
We represent businesses and organizations in the full range of employment law claims, including wrongful termination cases. Due to the coronavirus outbreak, many companies have been forced to lay off or furlough staff. If your business or organization is facing legal action from an employee who was let go during the outbreak, our Florida wrongful termination attorneys can help.
Call Our Florida Attorneys for a Confidential Consultation
At HD Law Partners, we are a full service law firm committed to providing clients with top quality representation in a cost effective manner. Our attorneys are prepared to assist businesses and organizations with a wide range of coronavirus-related legal issues. To set up a completely confidential, fully remote initial consultation, please contact us today. With offices in Tampa, Orlando, Fort Myers, and Bradenton, we are well-positioned to serve clients throughout Florida.