IN MIAMI, THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES INSIGHT FOR STAYING SAFE DURING THE SUMMER AND HOW TO AVOID COMMON SUMMER SEASON ACCIDENTS
SWIMMING POOL ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND SAFETY
SWIMMING POOL ACCIDENT PREVENTION AND SAFETY
MIAMI PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER SHARES INSIGHT FOR DEALING WITH BOATING ACCIDENTS
INJURED OR INVOLVED IN A BOATING ACCIDENT? READ THIS ARTICLE
Boating collisions and negligence are the number one cause of boating accidents in Florida.
In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm strives to be the best personal injury law firm for Miami-Dade and Broward County residents that have suffered bodily harm in an accident or experienced losses from the negligence of others. How, by guaranteeing that the Perazzo Law Firm’s personal injury staff applies all possible resources to achieve the best possible results for their client’s personal injury case and claims for compensation. In Miami and North Miami Beach, Jonathan Perazzo, personal injury attorney and founder at the Perazzo Law Firm, makes sure that the Perazzo Law Firm staff aims to meet every client’s individual legal needs by dedicating the necessary time and effort to achieve their client’s full satisfaction when handling their insurance claim for compensation after an accident. The Perazzo Law Firm serves personal injury clients in cities and suburbs such as:
Aventura – Bal Harbour – Biscayne Park – Coral Gables – Coral Terrace – Cutler Bay – Doral – Golden Gables – Hialeah- Homestead – Kendall – Key Biscayne – Little Havana – Little Haiti – Miami – Miami Beach – Miami Gardens – North Miami Beach -Palmetto Bay – Pinecrest – Broadview Park- Boulevard Gardens – Coral Springs – Coconut Creek – Cooper City – Dania Beach – Davie – Fort Lauderdale – Hillsboro Beach – Hollywood – Pembroke Pines – Pompano Beach – Tamarac – and every other city and suburb in South Florida
If you are a resident of any of these South Florida cities and suffered personal injury or losses from an accident or other form of negligence and wrongdoing, do not hesitate to contact the Perazzo Law Firm ONLINE now for a FREE initial consultation and ZERO OUT-OF-POCKET FEES to personal injury clients seeking compensation through an insurance claim.
Ultra Music Festival 19
Virginia Keys, Miami: Organizers of the Ultra Music Festival are scrambling to avoid a repeat of the pedestrian mayhem that developed over the Rickenbacker Causeway last night just after midnight. Despite having over two hundred buses revved and ready to take festival goers from Marine Stadium to the Miami mainland, organizers where not expecting an early exodus. With some 50,000 ticket holders expected to attend the music festival this weekend, transportation and safety area major concern for organizers and visitors alike. In an attempt to avoid early morning pedestrian and bus chaos, Ultra organizers aim to improve communication and sign posting to steer visitors in the right direction and towards the buses that will take them to one of three drop-off points. According to former police chief Ray Martinez, special bus lanes are supposed to drive festival goers over the William Powell Bridge, which connects Miami to the Virginia Keys. While Ultra apologized to fans of the Friday night logistics fiasco via Twitter, it is hoping to regain their confidence when it comes to their safety, which took a nose dive last night when fireworks caused a tree to catch on fire. Though the evening’s mild weather made for a tantalizing stroll over the bridge, it raised concern over the safety of weary festival goers and the potential risks that come with massive crowds. Furthermore, the large number of ticket holders when combined with the woes of getting over the bridge, helps fuel the hiring of illegal boat charters, which depart near American Airlines Arena and Miami Marine Stadium. For those attending the Ultra Electornic Music Festival, Perazzo Law recommends thinking twice about boarding shady boats and make sure you wear comfortable shoes.
PERAZZO LAW SERVES HOTEL AND CRUISE SHIP ACCIDENT CLAIMS
THE BAHAMAS: Fire swept through the Princess Cays Resort this past Monday night and struck panic among hotel staff and local residents. With an average of five Princess and Carnival cruise ships docking every week at the south port of Eleuthera Island in the Bahamas, yellow and red flames lit-up the night sky alongside beach chairs and umbrellas. Luckily, local firefighters and local staff were able to get the fire under control in just over an over. Princess Cruises reported no injuries and thanks to no passenger ships docking that day, there were no guests at the resort. Unfortunately, the flames were enough to damage several buildings across the 40 acres of land owned by the Princess Cruises Company, which last year renovated the Princess Cays Resort and added a marina. The cruise ship Carnival Pride, along with its 2500+ passengers, was scheduled to arrive but had to set a new course for Half Moon Cay because of the damage the fire left behind at Princess Cays. It is still uncertain what led the blaze at the Bahamas resort.
PERAZZO LAW SERVES HOTEL ACCIDENT CLAIMS IN MIAMI AND FLORIDA
Kiteboarders Scaring Miami Beachgoers – Looking towards the City Council for Winds of Change
Miami and North Miami Beach Personal Injury Law Firm Serving Clients injured in Water Sports Accident Claims in Miami.
Miami Beach: As if rip currents, stingrays and jellyfish weren’t enough for swimmers and beachgoers in Miami to worry about, kiteboarders are adding addition concern to sunbathers and folks out for a coastline stroll. Today, swimmers, sunbathers, and pedestrians face an array of dangers that make being in or out of the water a target for personal injury. Speed boats, jet skis, surfers, and now kiteboarders, are placing bathers at risk of being hurt and even killed due to negligent water sports enthusiasts. Kiteboarding has become the most recent water sport to take hold of Miami Beach, with local residents and swimmers raising a ruckus because of the harmful threat that negligent kiteboarders are causing to beachgoers. Despite a failed attempt to put a ban on the sport in certain areas of Miami, the city council will debate this Wednesday a new set of rules to regulate kiteboarding and safeguard the well-being of beachgoers and swimmers in Miami. City commissioners will determine whether or not to prohibit kiteboarders from taking to the waves along certain parts of the Miami coastline. The new regulations will compel kiteboarders to apply for a permit that bears a Level 3 certification, which is granted by the IKQ (International Kiteboarding Organization). In order to qualify for level 3 status, kiteboarders would have to take eight hours of kiteboarding lessons under experienced kiteboarders and experts.
Biscayne Bay: What happens when you put a drunk, coke snorting, wanna-be captain at the helm of a 91-foot yacht? Tragedy strikes.
Miami and North Miami Beach Personal Injury Law Firm Serving Boating Accident Claims in Miami.
On April 1st, a 25-year old passenger was killed while swimming behind a privately owned yacht. The victim was struck by the yacht’s propeller after a non-licensed captain made a crucial navigational mistake. This past Monday, the supposed captain pleaded guilty to wrongful death due to negligence while commandeering a water vessel. Regardless of the fact that the person at the helm is primarily responsible for the wrongful death incident, the person that chartered the yacht is partially to blame since the accident would have never happened if the service had not been advertised as a ‘unique charter experience’. Both parties face wrongful death and negligence charges as the yacht owner was aware that the vessel was not insured for charters and the operator was not licensed to charter passengers. Furthermore, cell phone video footage shows the alleged captain snorting cocaine and drinking while cruising round Miami before taking the helm of the 91-foot yacht, which was dirty and revealed an evident lack of maintenance. The captain anchored the yacht at Monument Island as two of the four passengers decided to go for a swim and eventually drifted towards the rear of the yacht. Without warning or regard for navigational safety measures when leaving an island, the captain put the yacht in reverse as the propellers pulled the victim in, causing fatal injuries which brought the pleasure voyage to a tragic end.