What are your rights as a renter in the wake of Hurricane Ian? – Video

FORT MYERS, Fla. (WBBH) – Fort Myers attorney Andrew Epstein, who works partly in landlord-tenant law, said his phone hasn’t stopped ringing ever since Hurricane Ian hit. Most of the calls, he explained, are from renters with various questions. “My landlord hasn’t been to the property or looked at the damage,” Epstein recalled, rattling off the calls he’s gotten. “I can’t live here anymore, what do I do? Do I have to pay rent? My landlord has asked me to move immediately because of the damage, what do I do?” For one, Epstein explained that communication from tenants to

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