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COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300Even those with mild COVID-19 infections can experience health complications that persist for months or even years after the initial infection. Approximately 19% of US adults who have tested positive for COVID-19 suffer from “long COVID,” which refers to ongoing symptoms that persist for four or more weeks after the acute phase of the illness. Researchers from Intermountain Health in Salt Lake City have conducted a study on nearly 150,000 patients to understand the potential cardiovascular symptoms associated with long COVID.

The study found that patients who had tested positive for COVID-19 had a higher incidence of chest pain in the six months to one year after the initial infection. Although the study did not show significant rates of heart attacks or strokes in patients who had a mild initial infection, persistent chest pains could indicate future cardiovascular complications.

The research was presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 2023 Scientific Conference in New Orleans on March 5th. The study involved comparing three groups of Intermountain Health patients: those who tested positive for COVID-19 and were treated in an outpatient setting, those who tested negative for COVID-19, and a group of patients seen prior to the pandemic.

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300Fort Lauderdale: A man in South Florida has been sentenced to six years and two months in federal prison for attempting to fraudulently obtain over $4.2 million in COVID-19 relief funds by filing false loan applications. Valesky Barosy, aged 28, was found guilty of five counts of wire fraud, three counts of money laundering, and one count of aggravated identity theft by a jury in December. In addition to the prison time, Barosy must also repay over $2.1 million for the money he actually received.

According to prosecutors, Barosy submitted fraudulent loan applications for himself and his accomplices, using falsified prior-year expenses, net profit, and payroll information, as well as fraudulent IRS tax forms. The scheme resulted in Barosy and his accomplices receiving approximately $2.1 million in loans, which they used to purchase luxury items such as a Lamborghini Huracán EVO, Rolex and Hublot watches, and designer clothing from Louis Vuitton, Gucci, and Chanel. Barosy posted photos of these purchases on his Instagram account, touting his success as an entrepreneur.

Barosy’s fraudulent loan applications and fabricated tax documents were found on his computer, along with text messages soliciting information from prospective clients. His accomplices paid him a 20-30% kickback for each loan application submitted. The Paycheck Protection Program, which provides forgivable small-business loans to Americans affected by the COVID-19 pandemic, must be used to pay employees, mortgage interest, rent, and utilities. It is part of the federal coronavirus relief package that was enacted in 2020.



COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300APRIL 2023: Oregonians are being advised to prepare for another surge in COVID-19 cases in June, as health officials expect two new variants (XBB.1.16 and XBB.1.9) to emerge and cause an increase in cases. The state is anticipating the variants, which are spreading in other countries, to peak at the end of the month, although this forecast is subject to change. The FDA has approved updated booster shots from Moderna and Pfizer, which are expected to be available in Oregon soon, but only for those aged 65 and over or people with compromised immune systems who have received their last dose four months ago. The new variants are highly infectious and could cause more severe symptoms. While the pandemic has wound down and life is mostly back to normal, health officials recommend continued mask-wearing in certain settings to protect those at higher risk of severe COVID outcomes. The federal public health emergency will end on May 11, which means an end to pandemic support from the federal government, including vaccine subsidies. Pfizer plans to sell its COVID vaccine for $110 to $130 a dose, which will be covered by insurance policies, but patients may face co-pays. The Oregon Health Authority plans to ensure a smooth transition to commercialized COVID-19 vaccines, with federal funding to help people without insurance pay for the shots. The state has recorded nearly 973,000 cases of COVID and 9,530 deaths to date. While hospitalizations have decreased since the peak in September 2021, health officials advise that there will still be more cases in the future, and recommend getting any necessary shots or boosters before the federal COVID health emergency ends on May 11.

Miami Personal Injury Lawyer shares information on quick COVID-19 tests and OTC tests.

In a time where everything is now and as quickly as possible, knowing whether or not you have COVID takes the cake. Based on paranoia and on a push to have everyone in the world vaccinated, the US government and big pharma have come up with ways for people to get tested at home and at multiple sites. This is because with a more new cases and more new strains, comes more money for the federal government and their pharmaceutical cohorts.  Afterall, it’s the taxpayers who are paying for the “free” shots.

Much in the same way you can order a Big Mac at a McDonald’s drive-thru, you can get a COVID test and shot. It’s as simple as that.

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300En Miami, el personal de abogados de lesiones personales del bufete de abogados Perazzo Law ha llevado a cabo una extensa investigación sobre COVID-19 y lo que significa para los consumidores y propietarios de negocios en Miami-Dade y Broward. Esta investigación y la información que sigue tiene como objetivo ayudarlo a usted, amigos y familiares, a mantenerse a salvo e implementar procedimientos de seguridad para enfrentar la pandemia de coronavirus de manera más efectiva e informar sobre las pautas preventivas emitidas por los CDC (Centro para el Control y las Enfermedades) y la FDA. (Administración de Alimentos y Medicamentos).

Este artículo para la prevención del coronavirus se aplica a consumidores, minoristas, mayoristas y operadores comerciales en varios sectores comerciales, como servicios de alimentos, entretenimiento, transporte y más.

En Miami, el bufete de abogados Perazzo coloca los mejores intereses de los residentes de Florida al frente de la pandemia de COVID-19 y cualquier reclamo por lesiones personales o casos provocados por la propagación del coronavirus dentro de Miami-Dade y el condado de Broward.




Varios puntos de venta minoristas populares en Florida han comenzado a ofrecer vacunas de refuerzo de COVID-19 a aquellos que han recibido ambas dosis de Pfizer de la llamada “vacuna”.



El gobierno anunció un programa para que Uber & Lyft ofrezca viajes gratis a quienes quieran recibir su vacuna COVID.

Según un comunicado de prensa oficial, Uber y Lyft ofrecerán viajes de ida y vuelta gratuitos a miles de centros de vacunación.


Orlando, Daytona Beach: One man resulted injured after a shooting broke-out at the Florida Mall in Orange County this past Saturday night. According to a store mall manager, an employee alerted 911 after spotting a man with a gun inside the mall just by the main entrance.  According to reports, the man made his way into the Florida Mall after having been shot in the parking lot by someone inside a vehicle. Shoppers were alerted of the shooting incident upon stumbling onto flashing police lights and yellow crime-scene taped zigzagged around a large section of the Florida Mall parking lot. The man is in stable condition as deputies search for the Florida Mall parking lot shooter. In Miami, the Perazzo Law Firm’s staff of personal injury accident attorneys handle situations that lead to injury or losses to shopping mall visitors when business operators are found liable for negligence.



MIAMI-SCHOOL-LAWYER-195x300While the spread of COVID-19 among Floridians, especially those in Miami-Dade and Broward Counties, shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon, the Broward school district is obliging teachers and students back into the classrooms. However, the Broward Teacher’s Union says, No Way, Jose!

The Broward Teacher’s Union, which represents some 18,000 teachers, social workers, mental health professionals, counselors, and other staff. is suing the Broward Public School District on the grounds that it is unconstitutional for the district to order teachers and staff back into the classrooms while COVID-19 continues to kill people in Florida. In the meantime, there is an arbitrational lockdown between the Broward Teachers Union (BTU) and the Broward Public School System.


As Super Bowl Sunday nibbles at the feet of football fans around the world, so does the coronavirus. That is why, the Perazzo Law Firm and its staff of personal injury lawyers, want to share some useful information to help you stay safe when partaking of this unprecedented Super Bowl Sunday in Miami.

On February 7, 2021, at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Super Bowl LV will be played before the set limit of 22,000 spectators, who will watch the home team, the Tampa Buccaneers, take on the Kansas City Chiefs. But what does that mean to bar, restaurant, and other business operators ready to cater to hardcore football fans amid the COVID-19 pandemic and the whopping daily number of cases throughout Miami-Dade?

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