Hurricane season is just around the corner which means it is time for lawyers to start planning their pro bono efforts to help others who will be affected buying up hurricane-related domain names to help bring in hurricane insurance claims lawsuits. The Star-Ledger reports that although there are still a few months before hurricane season begins in June, the list of 2013 storm names is already a hot topic as "Internet speculators are registering domain names for future hurricanes, anticipating heavy traffic and potential profits if one makes history like Sandy." The first hurricane name that will be used by the National Hurricane Center is Andrea, and HurricaneAndrea.com has, predictably, already been snagged, along with many others and even some "sets." The Star-Ledger notes that serious seekers of storm-related domains can actually purchase a "full set" of domain names for the 21 named storms on the 2013 National Hurricane Center list on eBay for $999. Bargain! That's right, with just one click you can own all of the following names and, as the eBay ad encourages, begin to "profit off of large storms" as the owner of: HurricaneAndrea2013.com HurricaneBarry2013.com HurricanChantal2013.com HurricaneDorian2013.com HurricaneErin2013.com HurricaneFernand2013.com HurricaneGabrielle2013.com HurricaneHumberto2013.com HurricaneIngrid2013.com HurricaneJerry2013.com HurricaneKaren2013.com HurricaneLorenzo2013.com HurricaneMelissa2013.com...

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