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BROWARD SCHOOL DISTRICT BEING SUED BY TEACHERS

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.

MIAMI-SUPER-BOWL-LAWYER-286x300SUPERBOWL SUNDAY AND COVID-19 PREVENTION

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?

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300CORONAVIRUS 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.

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IN MIAMI, THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT THE PFIZER CORONAVIRUS VACCINE IN FLORIDA

While the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine arrives to Florida and debuts in Tampa, it brings hope to Miami residents and draws the attention of people from around the world. But is it safe for everyone? Though the FDA has been very transparent during the clinical trial studies, it usually authorizes a vaccine following six months of studies. Interestingly, the Pfizer vaccine received approval after only two months. This raises concern over its effectiveness and dangers. Thus, the Perazzo Law Firm in Miami shares valuable insight for those considering to have the Pfizer coronavirus vaccine administered. Read the safety guidelines below:

SAFETY INFORMATION ABOUT ADMINISTERING THE PFIZER BIONTECH COVID-19 VACCINE:

UBER IN MIAMI DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300In Miami, the personal injury lawyer, Jonathan Perazzo, shares insight into Uber during the COVID pandemic, and how to stay safe before, during, and after an Uber ride in Miami-Dade.

The rideshare share services company, Uber, has played a crucial role in keeping Miami residents connected, by providing transportation to essential workers such as doctors and nurses, delivering goods to those under quarantine, and much more. For example, Uber provided some 300,000 free rides and meals for NHS workers and createdUber Medics, a service which allowed drivers to support frontline staff when non-essential travel was restricted. Since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, some 290,000 U.S. citizens have died, with 253,000 reported COVID cases in Miami-Dade alone. This is why, Uber has requested Governor DeSantis to allow its workers to be among the first to receive the COVID vaccine, which Pfizer is expected to deliver in the coming weeks according to the FDA.

car-accident-287x300THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES ADVICE ON STAYING SAFE DURING BLACK FRIDAY AND THE CHRISTMAS SEASON IN MIAMI

MIAMI: On this Thanksgiving Day in Miami, those fortunate enough to have eluded COVID and those healthy enough to have survived it, have extra reason to be thankful. While the coronavirus has ravaged the United States and the world, we must be grateful for the love of family and friends, no matter if gathering in their company for a turkey dinner is not on the menu.

Black Friday and the official start of the Christmas shopping season amid these unprecedented times, bring with them the challenge of staying safe, for reasons other than the usual dangers associated with the holiday season. COVID has established itself as one of the biggest threats to our health and the wellbeing of our elderly loved ones, and during this upcoming Black Friday in Miami, shoppers and store workers need to take precautions to stay safe. In Miami, Jonathan Perazzo, personal injury lawyer and founder of the Perazzo Law Firm, recommends some simple guidelines and explains how these recommendations can help you stay safe during the holiday season.

car-accident-287x300PERSONAL INJURY LAWYER IN MIAMI INFORMS ON WHAT YOU CAN AND CAN’T DO IN MIAMI THIS WEEKEND – LEGAL ADVICE FOR STAYING SAFE DURING THE COVID PANDEMIC

MIAMI: The Perazzo Law Firm shares valuable information for residents looking to get out of the house for some moments of outdoor entertainment. As COVID-19 threatens the delicate fabric of mental tranquility, Miami residents can sprinkle some peace of mind by knowing what they can and cannot do this weekend or where they can and cannot go in Miami. The Perazzo Law Firm has prepared a brief list of activities and places that are suitable and ready to cater to your outdoor venture. Let’s take a look.

OUTDOOR ACTIVITIES OPEN TO THE PUBLIC:

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PUBLIC WORKERS FEAR COVID-19 INFECTION

This Spring, Miami Public Works employees were active filling potholes, pruning trees, cutting grass, and tending to storm drains amid the coronavirus outbreak. In return, they were provided with bright highlighter-yellow shirts bearing the words “practice social distancing” aimed at promoting the battle against the spread of the coronavirus. However, amid the recent uncontrolled surge in COVID cases throughout Florida, the workers consider this hypocritical, given the fact that their superiors are allegedly ignoring their dire request to impose greater social distancing measures and the use of facial coverings while on the job.

Thus far, about ten workers have tested positive for COVID-19 and most admit that this could have been easily prevented. According to one worker, the use of the shirts was a facade tainted with negligence. Several more workers claimed they were concerned about losing their jobs or being reprimanded for bringing this matter into the public scope. Furthermore, other workers claim that the Miami Public Works managers ordered dozens of workers to report to work to carry out tasks on the same shifts in a five-day work week, which results in overcrowding, especially within city vehicles. All this makes social distancing very difficult to achieve. During June and July, work crews included four or five staff members per service vehicle. The result was an entire work crew testing positive for the coronavirus with one worker having to be admitted to hospital for treatment.

GERIATRICOS ENFRENTAN EMERGENCIA DE COVID-19 EN MIAMI

Geriatric-Lawyer-Miami-300x300Los funcionarios estatales aparentemente han descuidado a los residentes y al personal de los hogares de ancianos debido al brote inesperado de coronavirus entre los más jóvenes de Florida.

El número de residentes y personal de geriatricos con COVID-19 se ha duplicado en las últimas tres semanas. Esto ha llevado a desesperación por parte de asociaciónes para residentes mayores.

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