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Zarzaur Law, P.A. Sponsors Upcoming 305 Triathlon in Key Biscayne.
Published: May 10, 2022
On May 15, 2022​, athletes will converge on Key Biscayne for Miami’s Premier Multisport experience, the 305 TRIATHLON!  Proudly brought to you by Integrity Multisport™ with Zarzaur Law, P.A. as a proud sponsor and the official personal injury law firm of the Integrity Multisport™ race series. Athletes will enjoy a salt water swim in full
Injured In A Car Wreck While “On The Job.” How Is It Handled?
Published: May 9, 2022
Injured in a car accident on the job?  Is it a personal injury case or worker’s compensation claim? Or both? The Correct Answer Is Both. In Florida, a motor vehicle accident that occurs while you are working is an injury that will be considered an “on the job” injury. This means that the law requires
I Rented A Golf Cart And Was Involved In A Dangerous Wreck – What Next?
Published: May 2, 2022
If you have visited any tourist destinations in Florida or any resort community living environment, you have seen these vehicles on the road. Several years ago, the Florida legislature passed a statute that allowed golf cart access to certain roadways. The law states that such vehicles must meet basic visibility and speed standards before they
Bicycle Wreck Checklist
Published: April 29, 2022
According to the latest figures from the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, Florida is the deadliest state in the country for bicycle accidents. In all, 846 bicyclists were killed in the United States, with Florida taking the lead with 161 deaths. Most jurisdictions, whether state, county, or city, have some form of “bike law(s)” that
What Are The 9 Steps In Determining Whether A Potential Medical Malpractice Case Is Worthy Of Pursuing Legally?
Published: April 27, 2022
First, it is important to realize that most incidents of medical malpractice go without any legal action. Many events occur, and patients or their facilities never realize that their bad results were related to potential medical malpractice. Other cases do get the attention of the patient or the patient’s family but do not warrant a
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