MIAMI PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER NEWS AND INSIGHT
THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES NEWS AND INSIGHT FOR STAYING SAFE AND DEALING WITH PERSONAL INJURY ACCIDENTS IN MIAMI-DADE, BROWARD, AND ORANGE COUNTY
ONLINE NOTARY IN FLORIDA.
Each year, over 1m docs nationwide require a Notary, which can mean a hassle. Fortunately, now there’s Notarize, the new online tool for notarizing and signing legal documents ranging from Power of Attorneys to Lien Waivers. This new notary solution is set to radically change the way notaries provide service to customers and business in Florida. By way of highly sophisticated ID authentication and security features, Notarize is ten times faster and efficient that conventional visits to a notary. Since its recent launch this year, thousands of businesses are using Notarize for their 100% online transactions.
But how does Notarize work?
Visit the Notarize page or download the app and follow a few basic steps:
-Upload the full document in PDF format.
-Verify your Identity by filling out the template on the screen. Users will be prompted to fill in personal information and answer five security questions in under two minutes. Failure to answer questions correctly will block you.
-Take a front and back photo of your ID and instantly Notarize validates your identity.
-A video call with a notary begins to initialize the notary transaction. You will be asked to give your consent to the notary handling your transaction and each transaction is video recorded. The notary will ask several key questions to determine authenticity and mental clarity on behalf of the user.
MIAMI BEACH HIT & RUN ACCIDENT
MIAMI BEACH: During the wee hours of Thursday morning, a BMW with four passengers on board crashed into a parked Tesla then fled the accident scene. Though nobody was reported injured, the accident caught the attention of the local police and led to a brief pursuit of the BMW. Not far from the initial accident scene, the BMW crashed into a tree, but not before driving recklessly along 41st (Arthur Godfry Road) and over the street median. When the police arrived to the second accident scene, in front of the iconic Giller Building, a loaded rifle was found and one of the passengers was arrested for carrying a weapon and resisting an officer. No other arrests were made.
THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM – CAR ACCIDENT PERSONAL INJURY ATTORNEYS IN MIAMI
Motor vehicle accidents occur daily in Miami, and the Perazzo Law Firm’s staff of car accident and insurance claims lawyers, inform drivers & passengers that all registered vehicle owners in Florida are required by law to carry PIP insurance to help cover personal injuries in the event of an accident.
But what is PIP and how does it work?
If you are a registered vehicle owner, you must know how PIP (Personal Injury Protection) works and what other kinds of insurance coverage exist to help you cope with injuries, damages, or losses following a car accident in Miami.
COVID-19 IN BROWARD SCHOOLS
Over 45 staff and one student body member belonging to the Broward County public school district, have tested positive for COVID-19 since opening school doors to in-person classes after closing in March, according the school district.
Schools throughout Broward are carrying out in-person learning classes in phases. On Friday, pre-kindergarten, first grade, and second grade, as well as special needs grades, were allowed to return. Students in the remaining grades opting to return did so starting Tuesday.
Robert Runcie, Broward Superintendent, stated on Friday that he expects some 20 to 25% of the over 260,000 students in the District to return in-person classes at school by the weekend, with the remaining kids continuing to assist virtually from home.
For Coronavirus situations affecting you, a relative, or loved-one, contact the Perazzo Law Firm ONLINE at www.perazzolaw.com or CALL (786) LAWS-411 for a FREE initial consultation.
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BICYCLE LANES AND BIKING SAFETY IN MIAMI-DADE
Bicycle lanes are not always welcomed with open arms in and Coral Gables is one of them many Miami-Dade County communities that oppose them. Since 2004, the city commission has rejected proposals to build bike lanes; mainly from complaints on behalf of the disapproving neighbors. In 2014, a plan was presented to build 27 miles of new bike lanes, sidewalks and crosswalks, but that never developed. In 2018, residents voiced their opposition at a commission meeting to add bicycle lanes along Riviera Drive. According to Robert Ruano, the chair of the Bike Walk Coral Gables nonprofit; “There’s very little really safe bike infrastructure in the city right now to actually increase people using the road for biking safely.” For 2020, a new proposal aims to create bike lanes & broaden sidewalks along Alhambra Circle from Coral Way to the University of Miami. This 2.3-mile stretch could result in the loss of trees, according to concerned residents; thus, the plan for more bike lanes may be scrapped once again. However, Silvia Pinera-Vazquez, an attorney residing on Alhambra Circle, is pushing for bike lanes through an open letter to city officials. (Click LEARN MORE for info on biking lanes and biking accident safety in Miami).
The Perazzo Law Firm knows that biking in Miami-Dade is dangerous. If you, a friend, or relative has been in a bicycle accident, contact call 888-PERAZZO for a FREE initial consultation.
According to the Perazzo Law Firm’s professional staff of car accident attorneys in Miami, the moments immediately after a traffic accident are the most disorienting for motorists, especially when drivers or passengers suffer bodily injury. That is why, the Perazzo Law Firm has drafted a TOP FIVE of things to do following a motor vehicle accident in Miami. #1) If possible, move the vehicle to a safe location. #2) Contact the authorities and report any injuries. If you or any passengers are in severe pain or injuires are visible, request an ambulance. #3) Gather and keep any information pertaining to the accident and those involved. #4) Gather eyewitness testimony and get their contact information. #5) Visit a healthcare facility for a medical evaluation. Visit the Perazzo Law Firm website WWW.PERAZZOLAW.COM for Personal Injury Information regarding accidents that lead to bodily harm, property damage, and losses.
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CELL PHONE USE AND TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
In Miami, texting and driving accidents occur everyday which result in personal injury to residents throughout Florida, with millions in losses from distracted motorists behind the wheel. sing cell phones for social media purposes such as Instagram, Twitter, Facebook, Spotify, Waze, etc., are leading to traffic accidents that involve bike riders, joggers, pedestrians and other motorists. Most of these cell phone related accidents usually lead to injuries, damages and losses to innocent individuals that fall victim to negligent drivers. Cell phone related accidents in Miami have risen dramatically over the past five years and are soon to take top spot when it comes to negligent or reckless driving, surpassing drunk driving as the leading cause of traffic accidents. In Miami and throughout Florida, motorist that uses their cell phone while driving to text, chat, or even use Waze, for example, are placing their well-being and the lives of others at risk of of falling victim to injuries, damages and losses. The Perazzo Law Firm knows that not all cell phone related accidents have drivers at fault for accidents, given that bike riders, joggers, and pedestrians also use their cell phones negligently while partaking in their activities while sharing avenues, streets and roadways with motorists. Click LEARN MORE for full report
WHAT TO DO AFTER A CAR ACCIDENT INVOLVING A TRUCK ON MIAMI STREETS OR ROADWAYS.
Trucks operating on Miami streets and roadways are regular and frequent. Thus, they are not exempt from the possibility of being involved in an accident which includes cars, bikes, pedestrians or any third parties taking to the streets.
When an accident involving a car takes place in Miami, victims behind the wheel or in the passenger seat need to know what to do.
In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm shares the basics for dealing with car accidents involving a truck in Miami-Dade or Broward Counties.
1. Call 911 to report the accident and any injuries to you, passengers or third parties. In the event of pain or discomfort, request to be taken to medical healthcare facility immediately.
2. Though Florida law states vehicles are to be moved off streets if safe to do so, do not move or let anyone move you, any injured passengers or your car until paramedics and the police arrive.
3. Gather eyewitness testimony and get their contact information. Also, take pictures of all damage to the vehicles involved in the truck accident.
4. Get copies of the truck driver’s license information, the trucking company’s insurance policy, and vehicle registration.
5. Contact the Perazzo Law Firm as soon as possible and remember to not sign anything presented to you on behalf of insurance providers until speaking to one of our truck accident lawyers.
A FLORIDA SCHOOL TELLS TEACHERS TO STAY CLEAR OF STUDENTS
MIAMI — Across the United States, public health officials have emphasized the vital need for teachers and faculty to get vaccinated with the COVID vaccine, given the importance of returning to face-to-face classes.
Though most teachers and school officials have heeded the advice of health officials and received the covid-19 vaccine, there is one school within the Miami Design District that has refused to have its faculty vaccinated.
The Centner Academy co-founder Leila Centner, told the school staff to forget about returning to work this fall if they voluntarily chose to get the COVID-19 vaccine, adding that in the event they did get the coronavirus vaccine, they would be kept away from students.
This results from the school’s co-founder’s belief that COVID vaccine recipients can spread the virus to healthy people. These claims are based on incidents were female staff were affected negatively after coming into contact with vaccinated people. According to Centner, teachers that have been vaccinated are not allowed back until clinical trials have been finalized, and that depends if their position is still available once that happens.
If you, a friend, or relative has suffered negligence or wrongdoing from situations involving the coronavirus in Miami-Dade, Broward, or Orlando, contact the Personal Injury Lawyers at the Perazzo Law Firm for a FREE initial consultation.
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WRONGFUL DEATH MOTOR VEHICLE ACCIDENTS
MIAMI BEACH: Two men perished & two others were hospitalized following an accident in which an SUV crashed into a tree and caught fire. Miami Beach Police and Fire Rescue units were quick to respond to an early morning emergency call to the scene at the 3100 block of Pine Tree Drive. According to investigators, the SUV in question crashed into a tree when attempting a sudden maneuver to avoid striking another motorists making a careless turn. Sadly, the driver of the SUV lost control of his vehicle, which caught fire after striking the tree at high speed. Several explosions were heard as flames reached as high as seven feet. A neighbor that reported the crash tried putting out the blaze with a fire extinguisher. Unfortunately, the fiery wreck proved too much to handle. Fire & Rescued arrived and finally put out the fire. Sadly, by then, two people inside the car died, as the others were rushed to a nearby hospital for emergency medical treatment.
WRONGFUL DEATH TRAFFIC ACCIDENTS
Following a car or truck accident that takes the lives of drivers, passengers, or other third-parties, compensation from the insurance providers of those motorists involved in the accident must be sought by an experienced & dedicated Car Accident Attorney.
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TEENAGER STEALS TRUCK AND CRASHES INTO HOME.
CLEARWATER, Fla.– A teenager stole a truck and crashed into a home after driving recklessly and losing control. According to witnesses and police reports, a blue truck driven by a 15 year-old unlicensed driver crashed into a home and then tried to flee the scene on foot. However, several neighborhood residents on hand, chased the teenager as the police arrived to the scene and took the underage criminal into custody. He was taken to hospital for a medical evaluation in line with police protocol, and then transported to a juvenile facility to await formal charges. Meanwhile, building inspectors are determining whether or not the house is in danger of collapsing or other structural damage that can pose a threat to the safety of the family members that dwell in that house and neighbors.
HAS YOUR VEHICLE BEEN STOLEN AND DAMAGES?
If so, contact the Perazzo Law Firm at (786) LAWS-411 for a FREE initial consultation.
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MIAMI CURFEW LIFTED – TEENAGERS CAN NOW RECEIVE COVID-19 VACCINE.
Miami officials have lifted the COVID/Spring break curfew which went into effect last week to keep COVID cases down and spring breakers under control. Fortunately, there were no grave incidents to report and city officials consider the COVID measures a success.
COVID-19 VACCINE FOR TEENAGERS IN FLORIDA
As of Tuesday, Teenagers over the age of 16 can receive the COVID-19 vaccine in all Florida counties, according to a bill signed by Governor DeSantis. However, some restrictions may apply.
FLORIDA COVID CASES RISING
Unfortunately, Thursday registered the highest number of COVID cases since mid February. This comes as no surprise given the influx of out of towners seeking fun in the Miami sun during spring break. Is the vaccine working, or are people just to fed up to care about COVID and its consequences? That is a mystery.
IF YOU HAVE FALLEN VICTIM TO COVID NEGLIGENCE, CONTACT THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM IN MIAMI FOR A FREE INITIAL CONSULTATION
WALGREENS TO OFFER COVID-19 VACCINE IN SOUTH FLORIDA
SOUTH FLORIDA: Last Friday, Walgreens announced that they will be implementing a vaccination program that will include some 50 Walgreen drugstores throughout Miami-Dade, Broward, and Palm Beach.
This COVID-19 vaccination plan stems from the opening of 400 new stores aimed at providing local residents with the three COVID-19 vaccines readily available in the United States by the following drug companies: J&J, Moderna, and Pfizer.
In line with the Federal Retail Pharmacy program, close to 1 million doses of the COVID-19 vaccine will be delivered to Walgreens’ 4,858 pharmacies nationwide.
For more information, visit Walgreen on the web and if you have suffered losses as a result of the coronavirus pandemic in Miami, contact the Perazzo Law Firm now for a FREE initial consultation.
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After an accident in Miami that results in personal injury, damages, or financial losses to you, a friend, or relative, Jonathan Perazzo, personal injury lawyer and founder at the Perazzo Law Firm, urges you to contact him for a FREE initial consultation that will help you better understand the legal rights of accident victims and the possibility of an insurance claim for compensation.
Personal injury accidents should never be taken lightly as some injuries may manifest themselves over time and significantly diminish the accident victims quality of life. That is why, proper medical care should be sought by the personal injury accident victim following the accident situation.
These accident situations may include:
-Slip & Fall accidents
-Premises liability accidents
-Uber / Lyft accidents
-Nursing home negligence cases
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WHAT IS THE LEMON LAW (LEY DE LIMON)
THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SERVES LEMON LAW CARS CLAIMS FOR DEFECTIVE NEW OR LEASED VEHICLES IN MIAMI-DADE, BROWARD, AND ORLANDO
THE LEMON LAW PROTECTS NEW CAR BUYERS WHEN THEY’VE PURCHASED A NEW LEMON
-Has your new leased vehicle been acting strange?
-Is your new car or truck in constant need of mechanical service?
-Is your leased vehicle spending more time at the dealer than on the road?
-Has your new car or truck placed you in danger because of an unexpected malfunction?
-Do you know what the Lemon Law is and how it protects you after leasing or purchasing a new car or truck?
If you have purchased a new vehicle that spends too much time in the shop or dealer, you may be able to get the vehicle replaced or your money back.
Contact the PERAZZO LAW FIRM now for a FREE initial consultation about a Lemon Law Car Claim.
COVID-19 VACCINE IN ORLANDO
ORLANDO: Firefighters, law enforcement, and other areas are now ready to get their first dose of the Covid vaccine in Orlando, with over 4.2 million first priority individuals already obtaining their first dose of the vaccine in Florida. Those include medical workers, geriatric home staff members, and residents over 60 years of age. The vaccination plan, according to Gov. DeSantis, now confirms law enforcement agencies and first responders over 50. Newly elect Biden, has informed that teachers, school staff, and child care members of any age can now receive the Covid vaccine nationwide. At present, the J&J vaccine accounts for close to 50% of all those that have received the Covid vaccine.
Though there was chaos throughout the initial stages of the vaccination process in Florida, Covid Vaccine hotlines are now readily available for those that want to apply for or schedule an appointment to receive the Covid vaccine in any of the 67 counties where the vaccine is available.
Florida residents can contact the Perazzo Law Firm for a FREE initial consultation regarding a COVID related personal injury related question by calling (786) LAWS-411 or clicking LEARN MORE below.
Those interested in finding out where to receive their COVID vaccine, can visit:
Florida Health @ floridahealthcovid19.gov
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Premises Liability and Crime in Apartment Buildings
When it comes to crime within an apartment building or premises that houses people, the victim of a robbery or other crime, may be able file a lawsuit for security negligence if there is substantial proof that the building or premises operator acted without care and didn’t take the necessary measures to help prevent an act of crime. In some cases, security negligence may stretch beyond the interior of the apartment complex and include the parking lot or any other area set within the premises. The landlord or building operator is responsible for providing an environment that is relatively safe for its occupants no matter where they are or when. This can be done by making sure entryways are secured by working locks and windows are intact, free from cracks or busted locks. In the event that the property operator was aware that a door or window didn’t close properly or locks were busted, and an individual enters to commit a crime, the victim may have justifiable right to a personal injury claim based on negligence by the landlord or property manager.
CHILD GIVEN TO STRANGER AT A DAYCARE CENTER
Florida: Daycare center assistants giving babies to strangers in not a rare occasion in Florida. Just recently, a seven-month-old baby was handed over to a stranger instead of its mother. The child’s mother immediately contacted the police in a state of absolute distress after finding out that her son was not in the daycare center and was handed over to a stranger. This is a perfect example of negligence on behalf of the daycare center’s staff, who failed to ask for identification before handing the child over. Fortunately, the child, who was taken by a woman, was returned shortly after. Nevertheless, the daycare center’s license was revoked and pending an investigation.
If you are the parent of a child that has suffered bodily or mental harm at a daycare center or nursery home in Miami, contact the Perazzo Law Firm for a FREE initial consultation.
ROLLOVER CRASH SENDS TIGER WOODS INTO SURGERY
Los Angeles: Tiger Woods, the former five-time masters golf champion, suffered serious personal injuries and went into surgery following a rollover crash early Tuesday morning in Los Angeles. According to reports, Tiger Woods lost control of his SUV after striking the median while travelling northbound on Hawthorne Boulevard, which is known for its notoriously steep and winding conditions. On this occasion, Wood’s vehicle rolled over several times after crossing into the opposite lane and coming to a full stop almost a thousand feet from the initial crash. At the accident scene, Woods was reported to be conscious and calm despite his multiple injuries to both his legs. He was taken to the Harbor U.C.L.A. Medical Center and rushed into surgery to repair multiple broken fractures in right leg and ankle. Though unclear what caused the accident, the local sheriff believes that Woods was driving above the speed limit on a downhill portion of road when struck the median and lost control. Fortunately, Woods was reported to have been wearing his seatbelt and that the vehicle’s airbags deployed successfully, perhaps saving his life. Although the vehicle suffered extensive damage, Woods was able to be removed from the vehicle without the use of the Jaws of Life. Woods is reported to be recovering well after and in stable condition following his emergency surgical intervention.
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TALLAHASSEE —Florida Senators are full steam ahead with yet another proposal to get rid of the no-fault insurance system, otherwise known as PIP (Personal Injury Protection) for Florida motorists. If successful, this would radically change the way insurance providers, policy holders, and personal injury accident attorneys handle insurance claims for compensation following motor vehicle accidents.
The proposed bill (SB 54) aims to eliminate no-fault insurance and have it replaced by bodily injury coverage (see Insurance Policies for Florida Motorists). However, it must first must be passed by the Senate Judiciary Committee and face a probable lawsuit on behalf of personal injury attorneys that oppose the change.
At present, only Florida and one other U.S. state have yet to have no-fault insurance replaced by bodily injury protection, which aims to provide better coverage and lower the cost to insurance providers in the event of a motor vehicle accident that results in personal injury to drivers, passengers, and other third-party victims
Sixteen people missing off Florida Coast – Boating Accidents
Florida Coast: Two separate boating accidents off the Florida coast set the U.S. Coast Guard into action this past Friday. The U.S. Coast Guard deployed a 45-foot rescue vessel, three cutter ships, and an HC-130 Hercules airplane to the the area where a boat capsized 200 miles east of Fort Pierce after leaving Bimini in the Bahamas. Sixteen people remain missing despite air and sea rescue efforts.
The other search was also launched on Friday for 10 people that went missing off the coast of Key West after leaving Cuba in a “6-foot makeshift vessel. Coast Guard officials are unable to determine the whereabouts of a make-shift craft that set sail from Cuba with about ten people on board last Sunday. The search planes and boats searching an area 80 miles off the Havana coast have been unable to find the raft.
FLORIDA TEENAGER BATTLES TO RECOVER THE ABILITY TO WALK AFTER A BOATING ACCIDENT
Last December, nineteen-year-old Jose Castro suffered crippling personal injury and nearly drowned when he fell off a boat in Boca Raton. Meanwhile, Castro struggles to regain the ability to walk at Broward Health Medical Center.
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MIAMI BEACH HOTEL GUEST GETS KNOCKED- OUT BY SECURITY GUARD.
HOTEL ACCIDENTS – SECURITY AND SAFETY
MIAMI BEACH: Police arrested a 39-year-old Miami Beach hotel security guard at the Nautilus Hotel, 1825 Collins Ave. for violently beating a hotel guest and causing him to lose consciousness.
According to eyewitness reports and hotel surveillance cameras, the security guard forcefully led the guest outside and threw him onto the ground. Unfortunately, it didn’t end there, while on the floor & apparently injured, the hotel guest received a violent kick to the head which knocked him out. The hotel security guard was was arrested and charged with two counts of aggravated battery.
Apparently, the security guard got into a verbal confrontation with a female guest and pushed her down a staircase. Upon noticing this situation, her friend, the man who ended-up unconscious, stepped in to help the woman. The police are investigating if the security guard was still an employee of the hotel at the time of the incident.
HOTEL SAFETY & ACCIDENTS
Miami provides hotel accommodation to thousands of guests every day and these guests are protected by law to make sure they are safe at these hotels. If the security is found at legally at fault for this incident, the hotel may be liable for any permanent injuries or losses to the assaulted guest.
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TUNNELS UNDER MIAMI AND FT. LAUDERDALE? ELON MUSK WANTS TO BUILD THEM.
MIAMI: Elon Musk and South Florida government leaders have started talks for the possible construction of underground tunnels running through Miami and Fort Lauderdale with the aim to provide better quality services to commuters and ease the traffic strain on motorists.
Earlier this week, Miami Mayor Francis Suarez met with Steve Davis, the president of Musk’s transit group, The Boring Co., to discuss the possible construction of tunnels under Miami-Dade and Broward County.
Meanwhile, the Mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Mayor Dean Trantalis, has expressed interest in building an underground tunnel to run below the New River to help cope with the commuter rail service in Broward County.
On January 18th, Elon Musk, founder and main shareholder of the Boring Company, tweeted interest in helping to make Miami less stressing for motorists and better for commuters by addressing the city’s transportation troubles.
His tweet reads as follows:
“Cars & trucks stuck in traffic generate megatons of toxic gases & particulate, but @boringcompany road tunnels under Miami would solve traffic & be an example to the world.”
SMALL PLANE DOWN OFF SOUTH FLORIDA COAST
BAYTON BEACH: The U.S. Coast Guard and local law enforcement agencies are searching for a missing 24-year-old-man believed to have been piloting a Piper PA-28 that crashed into the ocean off the Boynton Beach coast. According to official news reports, the plane was heading to Merritt Island from Palm Beach County Park Airport, some 140 miles away. The incident was reported from an eyewitness that spotted the plane sinking. The man has not been found yet.
AIRCRAFT ACCIDENTS LAWYERS
In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm’s staff of personal injury lawyers understands that flying is much safer than driving. However, the chances of surviving a plane crash are relatively nil when consider to traffic accidents. When a plane goes down, passengers rarely survive, and when they do, their injuries may be devastating.
Just like all motor vehicles, aircrafts carry insurance to compensate accident victims when a place crash or other event results in injury or wrongful death.
If you, a friend, or relative has suffered injuries or losses from an incident involving an aircraft, contact the Perazzo Law Firm in Miami-Dade.
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CORONAVIRUS VACCINE SHOTS AVAILABLE AT SELECT PUBLIX PHARMACIES
The Perazzo Law Firm informs that several Publix Pharmacies will be offering COVID-19 vaccine shots to individuals that meet certain vaccination criteria.
On Tuesday, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis announced that Publix grocery store drugstores will begin a pilot test to offer doses of the coronavirus vaccine to eligible groups of people by appointment only.
The announcement was made from an Ocala Publix outlet, which is one of the Publix grocery store pharmacies where the COVID-19 vaccine shots will be offered. Other Publix pharmacies include stores in the counties of Citrus, Hernando, and Marion.
According to COVID vaccination information available on the Publix website, a total of 22 Publix locations will offer coronavirus vaccination while supplies last. According to the Vice President of Publix Pharmacies, Dain Rusk, approximately 120 will be vaccinated daily by appointment only. Publix joins worship centers in efforts to distribute the COVID-19 vaccine quickly in order to prevent losses and help contain the spread of the coronavirus.
How to get a free COVID-19 vaccine at Publix
Publix customers interested in receiving the COVID-19 at Publix outlets in Citrus, Hernando, or Marion county, must make an appointment by visiting the Public website. The COVID-19 vaccine is free of charge. However, proof of insurance and identification is required.
WHERE TO GET YOUR COVID-19 VACCINE IN MIAMI-DADE
The Perazzo Law Firm informs South Florida residents on where to receive the coronavirus vaccine in Miami-Dade County. Those looking to receive the COVID-19 vaccine, must contact the facilities listed below to schedule an appointment.
The Pfizer BioNtech COVID-19 vaccine is now readily available to Miami-Dade County residents through an appointment at the following locations:
-Baptist Health: The healthcare facility has allocated 12,000 slots and will begin vaccination on Monday, January 10th.
-Jackson Health System: aimed exclusively for residents aged 65 and over. Visit the hospitals site to schedule a spot.
-Mount Sinai Medical Center: aimed at first responders and those 75 and older. Those interested should call (305) 674-2312 to schedule an appointment.
-Leon Medical Centers: patients and staff will receive vaccines as of Tuesday.
-Hardrock Stadium: Drive-through vaccination to those eligible. Call 1-888-499-0840 to find out if you or a loved-one qualifies.
-Homebound seniors in public facilities and Senior living communities will vaccinate homebound seniors aged 65 and over upon request.
The Perazzo Law Firm handles COVID-19 related negligence and insurance claims for compensation for personal injury victims in Miami-Dade and Broward.
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HOTEL POOLS – SWIM AT YOUR OWN RISK?
A Florida of Appeals found a Miami Beach hotel not liable for the pool drowning death of a guest that drowned with no lifeguard on duty.
According to the court, the hotel operators and administration was found not negligent in the wrongful death claim brought on by the victim’s representative, which alleged that the hotel acted negligently by not having trained staff or provide warning of the absence of a lifeguard on duty. According to the court ruling, the hotel was not legally bound to having a lifeguard on duty, which raises question as to the responsibility of hotel operators to safeguard the lives of swimmers and guests.
Pool goers are expected to act responsibly and avoid negligent acts which can endanger their lives or pose risk of injury when poolside without the presence of a lifeguard. Also, hotel pool goers are reminded to respect pool hours and swim at the own risk after dark.
Swimming pool accidents do not only include drowning or injury, but any other negligence by pool operators which lead to losses to guests.
If you, a friend or relative has suffered injury poolside in a hotel, contact the Perazzo Law Firm at 888-PERAZZO for a FREE initial consultation.
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