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Hurricane Sally claims Emmanuel Sheppard and Condon’s Perdido Key office

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ESC Perdido Key officeEmmanuel Sheppard and Condon lost its Perdido Key office due to damages sustained from Hurricane Sally.

The office, located at 14508 Perdido Key Drive, has been opened since May of 2018.

The building, leased by ESC, suffered wind and water damages and is beyond repair. Firm staff who worked out of the Perdido Key office have been relocated to other offices or are working remotely.

“We, too, know what it is like to experience the devastation caused by hurricanes and over the years our firm has been in existence we have experienced many of them,” said Wes Reeder, ESC firm president. “But just like our Gulf Coast community, we’re strong and resilient and we will persevere. Rest assured that one thing that won’t ever change because of a hurricane is our commitment to serving our clients. Buildings and printers can be replaced, but our ESC family cannot, so we are feeling very fortunate that everyone made it through the storm safely.”

Plans to reopen an office in Perdido Key are still under review by the firm’s management team.

ESC’s other practice locations in Pensacola, Pace, Miramar Beach, and Tallahassee are fully operational.

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