Disaster Preparedness

This is FindLaw's Law Firm Management Center's collection of free articles on Disaster Praparedness. Preparing for any disaster, whether natural or man-made, requires planning. Insurance, backup files, and alternate work arrangements are some of the serious considerations when disaster strikes. Being prepared for a disaster can mean the difference between the business continuty and failure of your law practice. Are you prepared? Start your research with FindLaw.
Disaster Preparedness Articles
    • Law Office Technology Helps and Hinders Professionals

      Adding technology, specifically law office automation technology, is supposed to help the legal process. But can law office automation impede the practice of law, create dread for attorneys, and inadvertently become an obstacle to justice? Is law office automation technology the problem? Are there positive, justice affirming alternatives?

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    • Disaster Planning for Lawyers: Safeguard Your Files

      An essential part of disaster planning is understanding what steps to take to safeguard client files and other important office records.

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    • Facing the Aftermath of a Hurricane: Filing Insurance Claims

      For people caught in the devastation of a hurricane, the initial trauma of the storm is followed by days and weeks of difficult recovery. With considerable property damage to homes and businesses, the weeks after the storm involve surveying the damage and putting the pieces back together, and that includes filing insurance claims.

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