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Amy Oran, Kelley Kronenberg Fort Lauderdale Amy Oran, Kelley Kronenberg Fort Lauderdale

While it may seem trivial in light of the deaths and horrors surrounding COVID-19, the disease is spreading its tentacles into the world of Florida workers’ compensation. Many have hypothesized about the compensability of the virus should one allegedly contract coronavirus on the job. However, that is only one facet of how this virus is impacting our industry, particularly claims within the hospitality industry, and it is going to be felt for months—and likely years—ahead.

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