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SARS-CoV-2 Recovery and Athletes

SARS-CoV-2  Infection recovery for AthletesArticle by:
DR. EVAN MALONE
NON-LAWYER
BOARD-CERTIFIED INTERNAL MEDICINE PHYSICIAN

It is not difficult to speak with someone and not have them share their first-hand experience with SARS-CoV-2 infection.  If anything, someone close to them has been infected and impacted by the infection.

Rebound and Recovery From Acute Infection

What is not as readily discussed is the rebound and recovery from an acute infection.  Acute infection being distinct from a positive test in that there is a period of defining symptoms:  fever, myalgia, dyspnea, cough, lethargy, etc.

Just as the spectrum of symptoms is broad – ranging from nuisance, innocent symptoms (loss of smell, mild headache) to the more extreme hypoxia warranting hospitalization – the same is true for the duration of the symptomatic period across various individuals – some limited to less than two days, others spanning many weeks.

Can I Go Back To Working Out/Exercising?

Applying this nebulous symptom severity index and symptom duration timeframe to acute infection in an otherwise active, fitness-minded, perhaps obsessed age-group athlete and leaves one wondering “can I get back to working out?”  For the first many months of the global pandemic, this perhaps may have been taken as a bit of a selfish query – the desire to return to exercise when raised in the context of the gravity of the illness for many (death, hospitalization, loss of livelihood).

Along the way, in 2020 we collectively learned about the virus and its impact on the population and the human body.  Research into the mechanisms of infection, transmission, prevention, treatment, recovery, and short- and long-term impact – a different study or dataset or conclusion was being published nearly every hour of every day.

In the late summer of 2020, some guidance began to take shape for the exercise-minded individual recovering from acute infection.  Domestically, much of this was driven by research focusing on collegiate-level athletes, to understand when and in what manner it was safe for these young athletes to return to their respective sports.

Joe’s COVID Journey, Recovery, and Return to Exercise.

In Joe’s situation his symptom onset was around September 5, 2020 (Labor Day weekend), his positive PCR sample would result on September 7, 2020.  During the next many days his prime goal apart from strict isolation protocol was managing his symptoms and monitoring any systemic manifestations (shortness of breath, chest pain, confusion).  As that initial string of days wound by, interrupted by Hurricane Sally (landfall September 15-16, 2020, he would be confronted with fatigue and the sensation of breathlessness which was temporized and stabilized with supplemental oxygen use and a combination of systemic (oral) and inhaled steroid agents.  At this point, he understood that this was likely impacting his cardiopulmonary system beyond the simple nuisance symptoms which are mostly contained to the upper respiratory tract (nasal and sinus congestion).  This added another layer to what would end up being an additional step to take prior to returning to physical exertion (exercise) which is part of his daily routine as a multi-sport athlete.  This was somewhat uncharted territory for both Joe as well as the medical community as a whole – studies were being conducted to best understand the next step or steps to take.

Studies On The Heart and COVID-19 Infection

One of the first such studies was published on September 11, 2020, in JAMA Cardiology (Rajpal S, Tong MS, Borchers J, et al. Cardiovascular Magnetic Resonance Findings in Competitive Athletes Recovering From COVID-19 Infection. JAMA Cardiol. 2021;6(1):116–118. doi:10.1001/jamacardio.2020.4916) detailing cardiac evaluation including studies such as the electrocardiogram (EKG), echocardiogram (ultrasound of the heart), and cardiac MRI.  The test modality of choice is to be dictated by the severity of the symptoms and the findings along each step of the algorithm.  This would provide some guidance as to which athletes were at higher risk for myocarditis, cardiomyopathy, malignant dysrhythmia, or even sudden cardiac death and then to help apply some guidelines on activity limitations moving forward.

Lingering Effect of COVID-19 Infection

So, using that as a launching pad for the discussion with his physician, Joe and his medical provider team decided it was best to proceed with cardiac screening – EKG (electrocardiogram – electrical tracing of the heartbeat and myocardial contraction) and echocardiogram (ultrasound of the heart).  These studies would occur in late September, roughly 4 weeks after his initial symptom onset.  The tests were not fully “normal” as the echocardiogram (ultrasound image of the heart) revealed some enlargement of the right side of the heart – a potential sign that there was some increased stress or workload on the right side of the heart attempting to pump blood to the lungs for oxygenation (and carbon dioxide removal).  This prompted Joe and his medical provider to lean on some of these recent studies and pursue the cardiac MRI study to best visualize and understand if there was any myocardial involvement (i.e. myocarditis) otherwise known as inflammation of the muscle tissue which makes up the heart.  Inflamed muscles are something Joe is keenly aware of with his exercise routine, but an inflamed cardiac muscle is not on the same level as inflamed skeletal muscles weary from a long workout or race.

As the cardiac MRI was being coordinated, the instructions were simple:  “take it easy and don’t get the heart rate up.”  Translated, this meant no exercise.  The potential risk being cardiac arrhythmia or heart failure if the already-angry myocardial tissue was additionally stressed.

Fortunately for Joe, the cardiac MRI would reveal normal myocardial tissue and the right side of the heart appeared normal as well.  The suggestion of the abnormal right-sided chambers on the echocardiogram was not present (or had resolved with additional time for recovery) on the MRI study.

Joe was now free to get back into his daily exercise routine – only limitation being “do what you can, take it easy getting back into it, and listen to your body.”

WATCH JOE VIDEO ABOUT HIS COVID JOURNEY HERE >

WATCH VIDEO ABOUT DR. EVAN MALONE’S DELTA VARIANT EXPERIENCE >

Fast forward many months later, and very similar guidance has emerged for application to the recreational athlete desiring to return to exercise.  The algorithm is meant to accompany the examination by and assessment of a qualified medical professional.

Key Points on Returning To Play.

For any age-group athlete looking to get back to fitness, exercise, physical exertion the first step following the acute infection (i.e. isolation period) should be an evaluation by your primary care provider.  A “return to play” or “return to physical exertion” discussion should be had.  For some it may be as simple as routine, annual bloodwork, or non-invasive testing.  For others it may include a larger, more-involved battery of tests.

 

 

 

 

Joe Zarzaur is a Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney whose firm is dedicated to promoting community safety since 2007. ZARZAUR LAW’S AREAS OF PRACTICE: Serious Personal Injury, Product Defect, Auto Accidents, Cycling Accidents, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Products Liability, Wrongful Death, Community Safety, Boat and Jet Ski Accidents, Slip and Fall Injuries, and more. Licensed in Alabama and Florida.

If you’ve been the victim of an accident, it’s important that you don’t make any rash decisions. Put yourself in the best possible position to receive the justice you deserve. It is also important to consult with a Board Certified Trial lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to help you. We know accidents can be stressful and want to make the process as easy as possible for you. Call Zarzaur Law, P.A. today at (855) Hire-Joe, or by requesting a free case review through our website.

How COVID Will Affect Your Car Wreck Injury Claim.

 

As we all are aware, the past year has been challenging in nearly every aspect of our lives.  Well, the civil justice system is no exception.  COVID shut down most every industry in our society or had the practical effect of making it much slower in providing both goods and services.  COVID has affected the ability for car wreck victims to get their justice and will continue to delay that process for years to come.

How The Car Wreck Injury Claim Process Works In General.

As many of you may already know, the car wreck injury claim process starts as soon as you are involved in a car wreck.  Insurance companies become aware of the car wreck within minutes of the wreck usually and as soon as they are made aware, they start working to figure out ways to save insurance company money.

Insurance companies also know that they have more money than most if not all of the car wreck victims in the country.  This not only means that they more assets at their disposal to use in fighting against paying a car wreck victim’s claim but they also know what they have more of….TIME.

Insurance companies have the ability to delay and delay since the more time they hold on to insurance proceeds the more money they make.

Insurance companies take your premium payments and place them in various investments.  These monies make them more money.  The longer they can keep these investments funded and the more money they can keep in these investments, the more money they can make.

So, even prior to COVID, it always makes more sense to the insurance company to hold onto their money and delay the car wreck claims process as long as they can.  With COVID and its attendant delays in our society, insurance companies have been handed a legitimate basis to delay on top of their usual delay tactics.  This obviously does not help car wreck victims get their claims completed and paid but it certainly will assist the insurance companies make more on their investments.

Generally, the car wreck claims process involves a treatment phase and then a demand phase:

The treatment phase starts as soon as the car wreck injury occurs.  The initial treatment is usually via emergency medical services and then shortly thereafter in the emergency room.  This treatment process however usually takes between six months and a year to be completed since car wreck victims must get a full diagnosis and treatment before you can place a value on the case.

So, even before COVID, a car wreck case typically would take up to a year to determine its real value.

 

How COVID Affected Those Car Wreck Injury Claims That Were Pending When COVID Forced Lock Down in March 2020.

COVID has done nothing to assist the efficiency of the car wreck injury medical treatment process.  For example, for at least 60 days many car wreck victims delayed treatment in 2020 and some are still somewhat afraid to continue treatment for fear that they will contract COVID.  Even though the solid lockdown period was only for a month or two in 2020, many car wreck victims have placed their car wreck injury treatment on the back burner as they await the clearing of the threat of COVID.

These delays in car wreck injury treatment will now extend the typical treatment phase for many car wreck victims for at least a year.   For the car insurance companies, this is perfect as their monies can remain solidly invested and earning high rates of return.

 

How COVID Will Affect Car Wreck Injury Claims Moving Forward.

The other major factor in the car wreck injury claims process that COVID has affected is the absence of civil jury trials.  As many may be aware, all car wreck injury claims if not settled will ultimately be decided by a civil jury trial.


INSURANCE COMPANIES DO NOT LIKE HAVING TO DEAL WITH CIVIL JURY TRIALS.   THEY ACTUALLY HATE THEM.


See, civil jury trials involve uncertainty.  The insurance business is all about predictability.  Insurance companies spend millions of dollars every year trying to predict how much they are going to spend on car wreck claims each year.   They then make enormous investment decisions based upon these predictions.  Any uncertainly that is injected into that process causes insurance companies to lose money, they do not like to lose money especially when the losses are beyond their predictions.

The threat of them having to go to trial and trial are the car wreck lawyer’s primary weapons.  COVID has neutralized that weapon for nearly all car wreck lawyers.  Most if not all civil jury trials have been suspended.  For example, many Florida state courts have not even attempted to conduct civil jury trials since February of 2020.  Many are not setting civil jury trials in 2021.  This means that the greatest threat to the insurance companies in ca wreck injury claims will not be useful as leverage in these cases until 2021.

 

Why COVID Will Affect Car Wreck Injury Claims More Than Other Legal Claims

The absence of civil jury trials will affect car wreck injury claims more than most other legal actions because these claims are uniquely dependent upon the jury system.  Divorce cases, workers compensation claims, most business cases, and Manny other types of legal actions do not rely on a jury for resolution.  For example, divorce cases are decided by judges in what is called a “judge trial”.  This is the same for worker’s compensation cases.

However, civil juries determined the issues and damages in car wreck claims.


THIS MEANS THAT OUR CAR WRECK CLAIMS WILL HAVE TO WAIT ON THE JURY SYSTEM TO BE ONLINE AGAIN TO GET OUR CLIENTS THE JUSTICE THEY DESERVE.


Another complicating factor is that our jury system is also the critical element in criminal cases.  For constitutional reasons, criminal cases get priority over all civil cases including car wreck injury cases. All of the 2020 criminal jury trials that could not be done and can not be done presently will have to be dealt with FIRST before civil jury trials are scheduled.

Our firm has heard that some judges are making it clear that all of their back logged criminal trials will be set first before ANY civil jury trials are set for trial.  This translates into more of a delay for many car wreck injury claims.

 

What You Can Do to Combat COVID’s Impact on Your Car Wreck Injury Claim.

In one word, AGGRESSIVENESS.   Insurance know they have the upper hand since they know they have all the money and that most car wreck injury victims have less money due to their injuries and now due to COVID.

Car insurance companies realize that this provides them leverage in negotiating all of their car wreck injury claims.  Since insurance companies are not interested in being fair, they use this leverage against car wreck injury victims.

Many of the offers made since COVID have been about 30%-50% lower than they would be prior to COVID.  They realize that many car wreck injury victims are so desperate that some will take whatever is being offered. They also know that car wreck lawyers are all having to inform their clients that if there is no settlement now that there will likely not be a trial in their case for over a year or more.

So, lawyers handling car wreck injury claims should not spend time negotiating claims as soon as they confirm the insurance company is using this COVID leverage.

Instead, car wreck injury lawyers should be filing these claims and then making the insurance company spend money on lawyer fees and litigation costs.

See, once a suit is filed the insurance company then has to start spending money to defend the case.  They have to hire a law firm to defend the at-fault driver.  These law firm’s bill the insurance company by the hour and the more you work them the more they bill the insurance company.  This means the more aggressive your car wreck injury lawyer is the more the insurance company will have to pay to keep the claim pending.  It’s math to them.  If they can keep a car wreck claim on their books without the company having to pay anything for that delay only helps the insurance company, make more money.  They love delays.

You have to make them pay for every minute your car wreck case is pending.  You have to make them have to pay bill after bill in litigation costs until someone in the company says, “. . . ok, maybe we should stop trying to take advantage of this car wreck victim anymore.”  Some will do the right thing, but many will not.  YOU, AS A CAR WRECK INJURY VICTIM, MUST REMAIN VIGILANT UNTIL THE CIVIL JURY SYSTEM IS BACK ONLINE.  MANY jurisdictions are setting up plans to bring in extra (retired) judges to help with the backlog of cases that will need to be resolved in 2021. The other thing you can do as a citizen is to make sure that if you are called to jury service that you do your duty and serve.

Certainly, to insure you get the best representation for your Florida car wreck injury case, hire only a board-certified civil trial lawyer to represent you in your Florida car wreck case.  HERE AT ZARZAUR LAW WE PRIDE OURSELVES WITH BEING AGGRESSIVE AND COVID IS JUST ANOTHER TRICK WE USE AS MOTIVATION TO BE EVEN MORE AGGRESSIVE.

For more information about Florida car wreck injury cases or how COVID may affect car wreck claims, reach out to Zarzaur Law at ZarzaurLaw.com or call us at 855HIREjoe.

Joe Zarzaur is a Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney whose firm is dedicated to promoting community safety since 2007. ZARZAUR LAW’S AREAS OF PRACTICE: Serious Personal Injury, Product Defect, Auto Accidents, Cycling Accidents, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Products Liability, Wrongful Death, Community Safety, Boat and Jet Ski Accidents, Slip and Fall Injuries, and more. Licensed in Alabama and Florida.

If you’ve been the victim of an accident, it’s important that you don’t make any rash decisions. Put yourself in the best possible position to receive the justice you deserve. It is also important to consult with a Board Certified Trial lawyer who has the knowledge and experience to help you. We know accidents can be stressful and want to make the process as easy as possible for you. Call Zarzaur Law, P.A. today at (855) Hire-Joe for a free legal consultation or visit www.zarzaurlaw.com.

Sources:
https://www.flcourts.org/Resources-Services/Emergency-Preparedness/COVID-19-Information-and-Updates

COVID-19 Information and Resources

 

1ST CIVIL COURT CASE CONDUCTED IN FLORIDA WITH NEW COVID-19 SOCIAL DISTANCE PROTOCOLS.

COVID-19 continues to change how we do business and that includes the judicial process. Miami-Dade’s 11th Judicial Circuit of Florida is the first of five judicial circuits in the state chosen by the Florida Supreme Court to test out using remote video technology. A report on the success of the pilot programs from the courts is due in October.

Watch the video with Attorney Joe Zarzaur and guest Attorneys Russell Dohan and Brandon Waas, as they review how this new trial process is ground breaking with details from the lawyer that helped make it happen. >

The trial is part of a pilot program where the Florida Supreme Court wants to see how handling trials remotely will work, and if it meets the required legal standards for due process. If successful, this could be implemented statewide and even nationwide.

Miami-Dade Chief Judge Bertila Soto said, “We are trying everything possible to make sure people have access to the courts.”

Administrative Judge Jennifer Bailey said, “That’s the challenge. To balance on one hand the constitutional right to trial by jury – to have your problems resolved by the court. And, we need to keep everybody safe especially during the course of recent weeks when the cases in Miami are surging.”

Both judges say COVID-19 has put the courts on the cutting edge, with thousands of hearings held over Zoom and people using smart phones to track their cases.

Jury Selection

Jurors were selected via Zoom, lawyers made opening statements wearing protective masks and the trial was streamed on YouTube.

The trial was live streamed on the Circuit’s YouTube channel as the courthouse is still officially closed to the public. Four camera views split the screen, showing the judge, lawyers, jury and the witness stand, which is surrounded by a plexiglass shield.

Miami-Dade Civil Administrative Judge Jennifer Bailey said the court was guided by advice from epidemiologists and infectious disease specialists when planning the in-person trial.

Strict Social Distance Protocols

At the courthouse, trial participants are under strict social distancing and safety guidelines to prevent the spread of COVID-19. Face masks are mandatory at all times and every person is spaced at least six feet apart. Instead of sitting in a jury box, jurors are spread out in the gallery — constantly maintaining six feet distance from everyone else. The court also provided all participants with face shields, gloves, individual evidence notebooks and hand sanitizer.

The effort is to continue to conduct civil trials during the COVID-19 Pandemic, The American Board of Trial Advocates (ABOTA) has published a comprehensive guide to conducting civil jury trials during the COVID-19 pandemic. The white paper, “Guidance for Conducting Civil Jury Trials During the COVID-19 Pandemic,” is a resource to address the process of reopening courts and the many issues faced by the courts, the legal community, jurors and the public.

The Challenges and Successes?
Challenges –
– Technology glitches
– Ensuring people paying attention during jury selection (no use of cell phones, etc allowed)

Positives –
– Preparation made process smooth
– Public importance that the court system still needs jury trials that protect our 7th Amendment rights

Read more here: https://www.miamiherald.com/news/coronavirus/article244218482.html#storylink=cpy

About Zarzaur Law, P.A.
Joe Zarzaur is a Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney whose firm is dedicated to promoting community safety since 2007. OUR AREAS OF PRACTICE: Serious Personal Injury, Product Defect, Auto Accidents, Cycling Accidents, Medical Malpractice, Motor Vehicle Accidents, Products Liability, Wrongful Death, Boat and Jet Ski Accidents, Slip and Fall Injuries, and more. Licensed in Alabama and Florida.
www.zarzaurlaw.com
(855)hirejoe
850-444-9299

Sources:

Miami-Dade Court Holds State’s First Virtual Jury Trial Amid Pandemic

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/coronavirus/article244218482.html

What Zarzaur Law, PA is Doing to Keep All Employees Safe While Returning to Work.

As Zarzaur Law, PA prepares to gradually bring staff back into the office, it is very important to protect everyone and safety is priority one!

Here is what the firm is doing to keep everyone safe during this transition time from teleworking to re-entering the office full time.

ZARZAUR LAW, P.A. + COVID-19

Before Reporting To Building:
Stay home if you are sick (fever, myalgia, cough, shortness of breath), except to get medical care.

Notify management if you become acutely ill (above) or have a sick close contact (co-habitants, significant other).

Commuting To Building:
Do not park in close proximity to others, park in open area while maintaining a safe walk to building entrance.

Do not touch handrails, elevator buttons, parking meters, door handles (besides office building).

Entry to building at Romana Street entrance (upstairs) – OR – Palafox Street entrance (downstairs).

Upon Entering Building (Before Doing Anything Else):
Wash your hands with soap and warm water, at least 20 seconds.
(Use hand sanitizer with at least 60% alcohol if soap and warm water not available – 30 seconds).

Exterior of all personal items brought into office must be disinfected with antiseptic wipe – coffee cup, water bottle, mobile phone, handbag, purse, wallet.

Wash hands again after disinfecting personal items.

Check temperature (see below).

Body Temperature Checks:
Three times daily: upon entering building at start of shift, mid-shift check (lunch break (full day staff), mid-morning or mid-afternoon (half-day staff), end of shift check upon leaving building. Wash hands (or use hand sanitizer) prior to handling thermometer.

Wipe handle and buttons of thermometer with alcohol swab after use of thermometer.

Document each temperature reading with a Slack message to Joe – temperature with date/time

Wash hands (or use hand sanitizer) after using thermometer.

Movement Within Office:
Maintain six foot separation from others in the office, including hallway and stairwell traffic.

One person at a time in common spaces – hallway, kitchen/coffee, copier/fax/scanner, water cooler, stairwell.

Only use your assigned workspace.

No use of conference rooms without permission.

Diligence on need to leave building at any time besides end of shift.

*** Three times daily = start of shift, mid-shift, end of shift.

Hygiene:
Cough and sneeze – cover mouth with tissue, immediately dispose of tissue.

Immediately wash hands and re-sanitize workspace and electronics.

All paper towels are single use and to be placed in provided receptacles immediately after use.

Workspace:
Surfaces disinfected three times daily. ***

Electronics:
Use only your assigned machine (computer) and office phone.

Sanitize machine (keyboard, mouse, mousepad) and phone (handpiece, earpiece, keypad) three times daily. ***

Personal Items:
Do not allow others to borrow or use pens, mobile phones, keys, coffee cups.

Make your own coffee.

Sanitizing The Office:
Handrails, coffee/water, copier/fax/scanner, sink handles/faucets, and door handles (inside and outside) must be sanitized three times daily ***
> management to decide on rotating assignment vs single owner of this task

Kitchen and coffee counter surfaces to be sanitized thee times daily ***

Conference room tables to be sanitized before and after every use – permission required for use.

Visitors:
Front door guests – utilize doorbell, reception wears mask/gloves when interacting, inform of closed office protocol.

All visitors, vendors, clients must be approved prior to permission into building.

Visitors must follow hand washing protocol upon entry to building.
Disinfect all surfaces and touch points when visitors exit building.

*** Three times daily = start of shift, mid-shift, end of shift.

The Zarzaur Law firm remains fully operational and the staff is working hard on client’s behalf (safely and remotely). Attorneys will still be seeing clients either safely in office or via video conferencing.

Joe Zarzaur, founder of Zarzaur Law, P.A., a Pensacola Personal Injury law firm, has created this blog in an effort to educate the many citizens and visitors of Pensacola, Florida about their legal rights. Joe Zarzaur knows the ins and outs of Florida law, and offers friendly-quality legal help whether you have experienced an auto accident/car wreck, have been a victim of medical malpractice or are in need of a personal injury lawyer. For more information, visit: https://www.zarzaurlaw.com

11 E Romana Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
Telephone: 850-444-9299
Email: info@zarzaurlaw.com

 

Zarzaur Law, PA Offers Virtual Meetings in Wake of Cornonavirus (COVID19) Outbreak.

Zarzaur Law's Joe ZarzaurIf you have a serious injury case, action shouldn’t be delayed.

If you are unable to meet in person due to the coronavirus (COVID19) outbreak or any other reason, please contact us.

We’re still here working. We conduct virtual meetings with our clients regularly, and will do it for you.

 

 


Zarzaur Law, P.A. is aware of the coronavirus (COVID19) concerns of everyone in our community.

For over two weeks, the firm has taken steps to insure that our office is sanitized for each client. We have also taken extra steps to make certain that all staff members are symptom free and that their body temperatures are normal prior to coming to work. Further, we have inquired and insured that no staff member has come into contact with any international travelers or national travelers that may be coming from domestic hot spots in their free time. If they have we have asked them to self quarantine for two weeks.

We will continue to see clients, one at a time, to make sure that all clients with personal injury legal issues are handled in a timely and professional manner. The firm also recognizes that given the cancellation of schools and other institutions, many potential new personal injury clients cannot attend meetings “in person”. To address this issue, our firm -which has always offered “virtual meetings” with potential clients- has stepped up our technological capabilities and is utilizing Zoom® video conferencing software/hardware to provide high quality video conferencing for any potential personal injury client to have a free face to face consultation with one of our personal injury lawyers. As always, the firm will continue to speak to each potential client first by phone and if the matter results in a meeting we will provide the potential client to attend such meeting via video conferencing and provide all documents to you electronically. This will permit the hiring of our firm for your personal injury case to be consummated without requiring you to leave your families and home.

Exact instructions for these consultations will be provided during the initial call with our firm. These procedures will go into effect immediately and will continue until our community is completely on the other side of this COVID19 issue.

We urge everyone to heed all recommendations provided by our state and federal scientific communities and to stay put in their homes and not to congregate in crowds, adhere to stringent personal hygiene protocols, and make certain to be aware of those in your families that make up the high risk group for coronavirus.

The following is a list of links to various reliable sources for the latest information on the virus both local and federal:

CENTER FOR INFECTIOUS DISEASE AND RESEARCH AND POLICY >

FL DEPARTMENT OF HEALTH >

CDC >

Zarzaur Law, P.A. will continue to provide excellent legal services to our clients and remain committed to offer those services even as we all deal with the challenges of this time.

Joe Zarzaur, founder of Zarzaur Law, P.A., a Pensacola Personal Injury law firm, has created this blog in an effort to educate the many citizens and visitors of Pensacola, Florida about their legal rights. Joe Zarzaur knows the ins and outs of Florida law, and offers friendly-quality legal help whether you have experienced an auto accident/car wreck, have been a victim of medical malpractice or are in need of a personal injury lawyer. For more information, visit: https://www.zarzaurlaw.com

11 E Romana Street
Pensacola, FL 32502
Telephone: 850-444-9299
Email: info@zarzaurlaw.com