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Hurricane Lane In the aftermath of Hurricane Lane, Marsh’s Robert W. O’Brien offers advice on how businesses should review their insurance policies and prepare to file claims. (Photo: AP Photo)

The punishing effects of Lane, including heavy rain and wind, have been felt across much of the Hawaiian Islands the last several days. Power outages and other interruptions have been commonplace, while some businesses have had difficulty accessing their properties because of blocked roads, flooding, mudslides, and government orders to avoid specific areas.

As businesses begin to return to normal operations, they should review applicable insurance policies and prepare to file claims as needed.

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