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Zarzaur Law Crash Report: The Most Dangerous Times on the Road
Published: October 21, 2016
The odds of getting into a driving accident increase during periods when there are more cars on the road, such as rush hour, or when driving conditions are less than optimal, as during periods of inclement weather. But when the number of alcohol-impaired drivers increases, the odds skyrocket. Research into periods when motorists are most
Animal Attacks & Pensacola Personal Injury Lawyer
Published: October 10, 2016
Animal attacks are often an under-appreciated cause of personal injury. Approximately 4.5 million people suffer dog bites each year, according to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. And here in Florida there was a recently a tragic story involving the death of a two-year-old child attacked by an alligator.  That particular case will
Zarzaur Law Crash Report: Florida Accidents & Road Dangers
Published: October 7, 2016
Road crash statistics indicate that almost 1.3 million people die in traffic crashes each year, which translates to 3,287 traffic accident deaths in the U.S. every day. Another 20 to 50 million individuals are either injured or disabled. Auto accidents happen every day and come out of nowhere to disrupt your life and leave you
Zarzaur Law TV: Zika Virus Update from Board Certified Internal Medicine
Published: October 4, 2016
In this video, Pensacola Auto Accident Attorney Joe Zarzaur and Board Certified Internal Medicine Doctor, Dr. Evan Malone discuss the dangers of the Zika Virus & updates that have occurred over the past few months. As of October 2016, The CDC has issued an alert for travel to areas where Zika virus is spreading, which
Informed Consent for Minor Patients
Published: October 3, 2016
Informed Consent for Minor Patients The law authorizes parent(s) or guardian(s) of a minor (anyone under the age of 18) to give informed consent for most medical decisions on behalf of the child. Claims by parents alleging treatment of a minor patient without the consent of the parent are relatively rare. Laws vary from state
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