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What You Should Know About DWAI

What You Should Know About DWAI

  • August 10, 2020

Most people know that to operate a motor vehicle of any kind, whether it's a car, truck, boat, golf cart, or more, you have to be sober. If you are caught legally impaired while driving a motor vehicle, there are…

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The Dangers Of BUI

The Dangers of BUI

  • August 1, 2020

BUI, or boating under the influence, is illegal in all 50 states, just like DUI, or driving under the influence, is. Each state has their own penalties for boaters who are found to be breaking the law, from fines to…

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Consequences Of DUI

Consequences of DUI

  • July 23, 2020

  Most of us understand that drinking and driving is something that you should not do. However, according to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, there are approximately 1.5 million people arrested in the United States every year for driving…

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  • April 27, 2020
Kenneth M. Borick, Matthews & Jones land use and business development specialist.

Matthews & Jones encourages business clients to carefully review their existing insurance programs to determine whether coverage is afforded for coronavirus and related losses.  The determination of whether coverage is available depends on the specific types of coverage and the terms of each insurance policy.

Typically purchased as part of a company’s commercial property insurance policy, business interruption insurance is intended to place a business owner whose business is forced to close in the same place he or she would have been absent the interruption to the business. When an insured business suffers an interruption to its operation, it may be entitled to insurance benefits equaling the amount of lost earnings the business suffered during the time it reasonably took to bring the business back online.

The Walton County Board of County Commissioners recently added language in the County’s emergency declaration which is designed to assist businesses with filing claims related to business interruption.  The added language notes that “the novel coronavirus physically is causing property damage due to its proclivity to (become) attached to surfaces for prolonged periods of time.”  Walton County’s new language is based on similar actions taken in Panama City and New Orleans.

Should you have any questions or need assistance in review of insurance coverage, please contact Kenneth M. Borick in our firm.

This information is being provided as general information only and is not intended to be and does not constitute legal advice.  The information contained herein should not be relied upon for legal advice.

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Families First Coronavirus Response Act

  • April 1, 2020

We at Matthews & Jones have been busy reviewing and learning about the Families First Coronavirus Response Act and collaborating with Judd Jackson CPA.  We want to thank Judd for his insight and help in preparation of Families First Coronavirus…

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Laura Pentel-Klang teaches wreath-making at the JLEC

  • December 5, 2019

Ann Foster, President-Elect of the Junior League of the Emerald Coast (JLEC), recently invited attorney Laura Pentel Klang of Matthews & Jones, LLP, to teach a wreath-making workshop at a JLEC Meeting held at the Corpus Christi Catholic Church in…

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