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lawyer-perazzo-1-300x297In 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:

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cruise-accident-lawyer-in-Miami-291x300 IN MIAMI, THE PERSONAL INJURY LAWYERS AT THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARE THE LATEST NEWS INTO CRUISE SHIP ACTIVITY AND HOW TO STAY SAFE ABOARD A CRUISE SHIP

The CDC (Center for Disease and Control) is working on guidelines and  requirements that Cruise Lines must follow and meet in order to set sail once again following a year of inactivity. The news comes as a sigh of relief for the ailing industry as it has been on standby after the COVID pandemic struck internationally to cripple cruise lines and the destinations that depend on the tourism cruise lines provide. Last Friday, the CDC made public a list of detailed requirements to deal with COVID by way of agreements between U.S. ports and cruise ship companies. The measures are a direct response to the outbreaks that occurred aboard cruise ships and situations that followed when the coronavirus reached the United States in March 2020. In a statement from the CDC, “Cruising safely and responsibly during a global pandemic is difficult. While cruising will always pose some risk of COVID-19 transmission, following the phases of the [conditional sail order] will ensure cruise ship passenger operations are conducted in a way that protects crew members, passengers, and port personnel, particularly with emerging COVID-19 variants of concern.”

When the agreements between cruise lines and the CDC are reached, cruise ship companies are obliged to run trial cruises with no passengers on board and only crew members. However, it take months before cruise lines will see passengers onboard reaching U.S. ports after international voyages at sea.

PERAZZO LAW SERVES HOTEL AND CRUISE SHIP ACCIDENT CLAIMS 

key-west-resort-1529488-1-225x300THE 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

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