As it becomes increasingly likely that Hurricane Irma will significantly impact Florida, employee benefit firms across the state are putting their emergency plans in place, hoping for the best — and ready to recover from the worst.

Multiple firms contacted by EBA, Sapoznik Insurance in North Miami Beach, Gravity Benefits in Bonita Springs, Gallagher Benefit Services with various locations across South Florida and Selden Beattie in Coral Gables, all closed their physical offices today. Most also closed on Thursday, mainly to give their employees time to prepare for the storm.

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