SURFSIDE HIGH-RISE CONDO COLLAPSES IN MIAMI
BEACH FRONT CONDO COLLAPSE AND ACCIDENT CLAIMS
By the Perazzo Law Firm
FLORIDA INSURANCE REFORM IN PROGRESS – DESANTIS SIGNS BILL 76
The Personal Insurance Federation of Florida (PIFF) is among several happy Florida businesses that welcome this most recent step towards insurance reform by Governor DeSantis, as he received thanks after signing an allegedly beneficial bill that will muffle property insurance rate hikes, as well as curb the high costs of insurance litigation procedures.
According to business owners, Senate Bill 76 is a huge step for several reasons. One of them is eliminating the “attorney-fee multiplier”, which allegedly increases the costs of settlement with homeowners and permitted insurance providers to lower repair costs based on several factors. For example, if your roof is damaged in a storm and it is old, the insurance adjuster will lower the value of your claim.
Después de sufrir una lesión en un hotel, la víctima o huésped del accidente debe comunicarse de inmediato con el gerente del hotel e informar el accidente y cualquier lesión. En caso de lesiones; que puede ir desde fracturas en un accidente de resbalón y caída, hasta quemaduras o inhalación de humo de un incendio en un hotel. Cualquiera que sea el accidente, las empresas que ofrecen alojamiento y servicios a los visitantes deben cumplir con las leyes de responsabilidad de las instalaciones para protegerse contra accidentes que pueden resultar en lesiones, daños o pérdidas. Un bufete de abogados con experiencia en lesiones personales que coloca los mejores intereses de su cliente al frente del caso de accidente de hotel de su cliente, aplicará todos los recursos posibles para garantizar una representación legal altamente dedicada que se esfuerce por la satisfacción total del cliente al presentar un reclamo de seguro. Póngase en contacto con el bufete de abogados Perazzo en línea ahora para una consulta inicial GRATUITA.
Qué hacer después de un accidente en un hotel.
EN MIAMI, LOS ABOGADOS DE LESIONES DEL PERAZZO LAW FIRM, COMPARTEN NOTICIAS REFERENTE A LESIONES PERSONALES Y RECLAMOS LEGALES PARA COMPENSACION EN LA FLORIDA
MUERTE INJUSTA – MUJER MUERE DESPUÉS DE QUE LOS EMPLEADOS LA DEJARON CAER
Delta Airlines enfrenta una demanda por homicidio culposo de $ 300,000 después de que una pasajera anciana fue abandonada mientras la trasladaban de su silla de ruedas a su asiento.
The Perazzo Law Firm shares some of the latest personal injury accident claims in Florida
WRONGFUL DEATH – WOMAN DIES AFTER BIENG DROPPED BY AIRLINE EMPLOYEES
Delta Airlines is facing a $300,000 wrongful death lawsuit after an elderly passenger was dropped while being moved from her wheelchair to her seat.
IN MIAMI, THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES INSIGHT FOR DEALING WITH PERSONAL INJURIES AND LOSSES FROM DEFECTIVE VEHICLE AND PARTS IN FLORIDA.
TESLA RECALL BEGINS OVER SAFETY MEASURES MAKING THEM UNSAFE TO DRIVERS IN THE EVENT OF A COLLISION
Things keep getting worse for Tesla. Not only did its stock value plummet by 15% last month, but now, Tesla has announced new recalls on thousands of Tesla brand vehicles.
THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES VALUABLE INSIGHT FOR DEALING WITH INSURANCE CLAIMS FOR PROPERTY DAMAGE AND LOSSES FOLLOWING A HURRICANE IN MIAMI
CLIMATE CHANGE – A MAJOR CONCERN FOR MIAMI AND ALL SOUTH FLORIDA RESIDENTS –
Miami: When Hurricane Irma made its way across the Caribbean and struck the U.S. mainland in September 2017, some 6.5 million Floridians decided to evacuate to escape its destructive force. Sadly, many parts of Miami suffered extensive property damage through flooding and destruction from Irma’s recorded 112 mph winds. In total, 7.7 million Florida businesses and homes suffered power outages throughout almost 75% of the State. Hurricane Irma also left close to 85 fatalities because of drowning, life ending injuries, and inhalation of toxic fumes. In Miami-Dade, fallen trees, fencing, and flying debris caused property damage to almost 1000 homes, with storm surges leaving areas like Homestead, downtown Miami, and Miami Beach underwater. As if storm damage wasn’t enough, local businesses in the Miami Metro area experienced looting and burglaries (see civil unrest and looting lawyer).
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis is battling one of Florida’s most important industries upon giving the green light to allow that would make it illegal for business operators to ask their customers if they have received the coronavirus shot. This is a measure that has ruffled the feathers of one industry, the cruise ship industry, which accounts for a big chunk of the State’s revenue. The law, according to cruise ship operators sailing out of Florida ports, claim it only serves to further threaten the already fragile financial situation gripping cruise lines. Meanwhile, the CDC, has made evident their desire for cruise ships to get back at sea for the first time since the coronavirus breakout in March 2020.
Concerns over the spread of COVID aboard cruise ships stems mainly from the large number of people interacting with one another over extended periods of time within close quarters. Thus, the CDC is working along side cruise lines to make it mandatory for passengers, staff, and operators to have been fully vaccinated with one of the COVID vaccines.
However, Governor DeSantis is shooting to make obliging people to get vaccinated to travel aboard a cruise ship illegal, given that it justifies as a sort of discrimination. This is what Governor DeSantis had to say in a recent quote, “In Florida, your personal choice regarding vaccinations will be protected, and no business or government entity will be able to deny you services based on your decision.”
IN MIAMI, THE PERAZZO LAW FIRM SHARES PREMISES LIABILITY ACCIDENT NEWS AND CASES
Premises Liability consists of the responsibility of property operators or owners to make sure their premises are safe for visitors, guests, tenants, and employees.
Our Premises Liability Lawyers in Miami and North Miami Beach are ready to help you determine if you have a case following injuries or losses due to the possible negligence of a property owner or operator in Miami-Dade, Broward, or Orange County.