Ask downtown Miami law firm managing partners about the damage inflicted on their firms during Hurricane Wilma’s romp through South Florida, and they will sum up with something like: “But that’s nothing compared to what happened at Greenberg Traurig.”

Images of the giant law firm, whose national headquarters takes up many floors of the glass-plated building at 1221 Brickell Ave., have been splayed across newspaper pages and TV screens showing shattered windows and the entrails of law offices flapping in the post-Wilma breeze.

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