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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.

IN MIAMI, THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM PERSONAL INJURY STAFF AND ATTORNEYS SHARES INSIGHT ON PREVENTIVE MEASURES FOR MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD COUNTY RESIDENTS

The Perazzo Law Firm Shares Information for Preventing and Dealing With the COVID-19 Pandemic

COVID-19-Miami-Lawyer-300x300In Miami, the Personal Injury Staff of Attorneys at the Perazzo Law Firm have carried out extensive research into COVID-19 and what it means to consumers and business owners in Miami-Dade and Broward. This research and the information that follows aims to help you, friends, and relatives, stay safe and implement safety procedures to confront coronavirus pandemic more effectively and to inform on the preventive guidelines issued by the CDC (Center for Disease and Control) and the FDA (Food & Drug Administration).

NURSING HOMES AND ASSISTED LIVING CENTERS DURING THE CORONAVIRUS PANDEMIC

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The United States is new to the complexities of dealing with a major pandemic like COVID-19. Nevertheless, negligence within nursing homes and assisted living facilities in Florida have always been a major concern for operators, staff, family members, and not to mention residents, who deserve and should be provided with quality care.

As everyone knows, the coronavirus places elderly residents at a high risk of suffering serious life-threatening conditions. Thus, all necessary safety precautions must be taken, and strict preventive measures applied to keep nursing home residents safe. Sadly, COVID-19 spreads very quickly from person to person, and within populated common spaces, contracting the coronavirus in a nursing home is likely when the virus goes undetected. Nursing home operators and staff members can unknowingly spread the virus and residents can fall victim to neglect by either not receiving proper care or medical attention, or simply testing positive for COVID-19 in a nursing home. When a nursing home resident becomes infected with coronavirus as a result of negligence by nursing home staff or nursing home operators, the victim may be able to receive compensation for bodily injury or mental harm and any losses sustained from medical expenses. An experienced Personal Injury lawyer may be able to help determine grounds for a Personal Injury Insurance Claim for compensation for nursing home residents or family members.

MIAMI-DADE AND BROWARD RE-OPEN FOR BUSINESS

GROCERIES-300x225WHAT TO KNOW AND HOW TO STAY SAFE

As Miami-Dade and Broward County shop and restaurant owners look to get back to business, so too are consumers eager to get back to spending, with everyone else just looking to get back to normal. However, that normal we once innocently took for granted, may sadly be but a treasured memory. Fortunately, adjusting to today’s social and individual reality will not require a crash course on life on another planet, but one can surely say that we are taking on a much futuristic demeanor as we walk down the street, drive in our cars, stroll through a mall, dine at a restaurant, or sit in a bar. Regardless, safety and prevention will be the driving force behind these changes, as COVID-19 sets the stage for the new normal.

Florida Department of Health Launches COVID-19 APP

Governor Ron DeSantis is moving forward with a phased reopening plan throughout Florida. The Florida Department of Health introduced an app (The StrongerThanC19) that allows easy-access to the Community Action Survey, which officials believe can help lower the spread of the COVID-19 in Florida. According to the recently published Community Action Survey Report,  many Florida residents don’t respect safety measures aimed at preventing the coronavirus spread among urban populations such as Miami, Fort Lauderdale, and other cities throughout Miami-Dade and Broward; the hardest hit counties by COVID-19.

The StrongerThanC-19 App

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