Street Flooding in Miami. Credit: light_magic/Adobe Stock One industry that’s already experiencing problems due to climate change is the insurance sector, which is increasingly pulling out of Florida due to its vulnerabilities. (Credit: light_magic/Adobe Stock.)

This is the second in a two-part series on the impact of climate change on the legal industry and other businesses. The first part can be read here

Long-term shifts in our planet’s temperature and weather patterns are taking shape, and that presents a host of threats and opportunities for litigators, insurance professionals and business owners.

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