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Important Information About Water Safety For Florida Parents

The month of May is a time to celebrate National Water Safety Month. The entire month of May has been officially dedicated as a time to bring awareness and education about water safety to the general community. This initiative is coordinated by the Pool & Hot Tub Alliance, with support from the American Red Cross, the National Recreation and Park Association, and the World Waterpark Association. Read on for more information on water safety for Florida parents

There are 10.4 million residential and 309,000 public swimming pools and an additional 7.3 million hot tubs operating in the U.S.

Over the summer, 8 out of 10 Americans are planning to swim in a pool. For children and teens between the ages of 7 and 17, swimming remains the #1 most popular recreational activity.

Child Drownings In The United States Have Reached A Ten-Year High.

Pediatric drowning rates reached a 10-year record high. National Water Safety Month is May. Water is a “silent killer” for children. Child drownings remain the leading cause of unintentional death among U.S. children ages 1 to 4, according to the CPSC. Three-quarters of those deaths involved children younger than the age of 5, and 83% of those occurred in residential pools.

Florida Set A New Low In 2021.

Florida hit a grim new record in 2021, reporting the most child drownings since at least 2009.

The Florida Department of Children and Families report shows that deaths rose from 69 in 2020 to 98 in 2021. Twenty-four of those children drowned in Hillsborough, Pinellas, Pasco, Polk, Hernando, Sarasota, and Manatee counties.

Before letting your children hit the water this summer, remember these few tips to ensure it’s an enjoyable and safe experience.

  • Never leave a child unattended in or near water. The designated adult water watcher should not read, text, use a phone, or otherwise be distracted while watching children. This advice includes situations involving bathtubs, buckets, decorative ponds, and fountains.
  • If you own a pool or spa, install layers of barriers to prevent an unsupervised child from getting into the water. These measures can include door alarms, pool covers, and self-closing, self-latching devices on doors that access the pool and on gates of four-sided fences.
  • Learn how to perform CPR on children and adults.
  • Learn how to swim and teach your child how to swim. Contact your local YMCA about swimming lessons.
  • Keep children away from pool drains, pipes, and other openings to avoid entrapment. Your pool or spa should have drain covers that comply with federal safety standards. If you’re not sure, ask your pool service provider about safer drain covers.

What About Beach Swimming?

Swimming in open water is much different than swimming in a pool, but most people are not aware of the dangers, especially for children. Florida’s beaches are a glittering playground made of sun and sand–and by all means, you should enjoy the water!

You can splash in the shallows, ride the waves, or just bob up and down in the surf.

But before you dip one toe in the ocean, make sure you know these simple ocean swimming safety rules to keep you safe.

Swimming in the ocean or a large body of water is different than swimming in a pool or most small lakes. You’ll need to watch out for:

  • Riptides and undercurrents
  • Unexpected changes
  • Drop-off water depths
  • Rocks, debris, and other hazards and obstacles.
  • Whether there’s local marine life that can sting or bite
  • Boats, ships, and other watercraft that may be in the water at the same time.
  • There is bad weather in the area, such as lightning or thunderstorms.
  • Hurricane warnings

What Do Beach Flag Colors Mean?

The list below outlines what the colored flags you’ll see posted at the beach generally mean. Your local beach may differ slightly, though.

Ask a lifeguard or beach patrol if you aren’t sure what the flag means before entering the water.

  • Double red flag: water closed, no public swimming
  • Red flag: high hazard of surf and/or currents
  • Yellow flag: medium hazard or moderate surf and/or currents
  • Purple flag: dangerous marine life such as jellyfish, stingrays, or dangerous fish
  • Green flag: low hazard, calm conditions
  • Black and white checkered flag: set up along the beach, usually as a pair, to indicate separate sections to help keep swimmers and surfers safely apart in the water

Florida Residential Pool Safety Act

Protecting these young children was the reason the Florida Legislature passed the residential pool safety act and homeowners should make certain their pools are in compliance with the Act.

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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 your child has been injured or has been a victim of a drowning due to an unsafe pool, hot tub or proper, 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.

Sources:

http://www.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/prevention/drowning-prevention/index.html

Florida statute – http://www.leg.state.fl.us/statutes/index.cfm?App_mode=Display_Statute&URL=0500-0599/0515/0515.html

https://www.today.com/parents/morgan-miller-shares-heartbreaking-plea-anniversary-daughter-s-drowning-t221539?cid=sm_npd_td_fb_ma&fbclid=IwAR3BNhSgUz3eUJ2hz_biEVcXXGLsBXC60N4Dm4gg9SA8eJPR2hk0ihWCdTE

https://pinellas.floridahealth.gov/newsroom/2022/04/water-safety-month.html

https://www.mynews13.com/fl/orlando/news/2022/05/03/florida-health-offers-advice-for-national-water-safety-month

https://nwsm.phta.org

Water Safety

https://www.redcross.org/get-help/how-to-prepare-for-emergencies/types-of-emergencies/water-safety.html

https://wusfnews.wusf.usf.edu/health-news-florida/2022-01-12/florida-reports-a-rise-in-child-drownings-in-2021

https://www.visitflorida.com/travel-ideas/articles/florida-beaches-ocean-swimming-safety-tips/

Florida hit a grim new record in 2021, reporting the most child drownings since at least 2009.

https://www.cdc.gov/nchs/products/databriefs/db413.htm

https://www.wfla.com/8-on-your-side/98-children-drowned-in-florida-in-2021-a-record-number-according-to-state-data/

https://www.cdc.gov/drowning/facts/index.html

https://escambia.floridahealth.gov/programs-and-services/wellness-programs/health-messages/summer-safety/drowning-prevention/index.html

https://www.flhealthcharts.gov/ChartsReports/rdPage.aspx?rdReport=Death.DataViewer&cid=0105

https://www.flhealthcharts.gov/ChartsReports/rdPage.aspx?rdReport=Death.Dataviewer

https://www.nsc.org/home-safety/tools-resources/seasonal-safety/drowning

https://www.safekids.org/watersafety

National Water Safety Month Is Celebrated The Entire Month of May

Pensacola Personal Injury Lawyers – Car Accident, Wrongful Death, Malpractice

“Legal Graffiti” Foo Foo Style – Live Painting Event at Zarzaur Law Building to Take Place Nov. 8-10 in Downtown Pensacola

Zarzaur Law, P.A., a personal injury law firm based in Pensacola, Florida, presents a special event that will be a Foo Foo Fest edition of its well known “Legal Graffiti” event. This three day live painting event will attract locals and visitors that are in the Downtown Pensacola area for the Foo Foo Fest activities happening during the first two weeks in November. Visitors can watch three artists work on large canvases using a variety of paint, including spray paint, just like the traditional “Legal Graffiti” fundraiser events hosted by Zarzaur Law, P.A. during the monthly Gallery Nights.

The artists will paint on a 6ft x 6ft vinyl canvas at the corner of Palafox and Romana Streets right outside of the Zarzaur Law building in Downtown Pensacola. Each of the three artist, Jaime Shevant, Gabe Pellerin and Patrick Quintanilla, who were chosen through a submission process, will create one original piece using a variety of paint mediums and techniques.

3 original works of art to be auctioned off as a fund raiser for Gulf Coast Kid’s House

“Being a part of this event brings me excitement to see where the art scene and Pensacola community as whole will go. Being able to expose the community to artist performing their passion may encourage others to take similar steps.” Said artist Gabe Pellerin.

Zarzaur Law’s “Legal Graffiti” Foo Foo Fest Style will take place Friday Nov. 8 and conclude on Sunday, Nov. 10 in Downtown Pensacola on the closing weekend of Foo Foo Fest. The completed paintings will be auctioned off as a fundraiser for Gulf Coast Kid’s House.

“We are so thankful to be a member of such a thriving downtown community.” Said Joe Zarzaur, Zarzaur Law, P.A.

Check out more of these talented artists’ work on both Facebook and Instagram –
Jaime Shevat – Jaime Shevat Art (FB link and IG handle)@JaimeShevatArt
Patrick Quintanilla (IG handle)@pattysauces
Gabe Pellerin (IG handle) @gabburi.to

Come out and see them painting live Nov 8 – 10 under the Zarzaur Law, P.A. tents and bid on a chance to win one of the paintings!

HOW TO BID ON THE PAINTINGS

Here is all the info on how to bid on the art (before, during and after the paintings are complete):

Simply head here–> https://e.givesmart.com/events/eRO/
OR text LegalGraffiti to 52182 to register.

Once done you will be able to bid online and receive updates, alerts, messages, images, videos of the paintings in progress and bid status.

We are excited to be a friend of the Foo Foo Festival and even more excited to have live public art happening for 3 days (Nov. 8-10) right here at the Zarzaur Law building.

Come watch, enjoy, bid and help raise money for Gulf Coast Kid’s House and possibly win a one-of-a-kind painting!

For more information on the event visit the Facebook event page or call 850-444-9299.

Zarzaur Law, P.A. To Host 2nd Annual FREE Kid’s 
Halloween Event in Downtown Pensacola.

Zalloween Event on Oct. 30 to Include a Kid’s Costume Contest with $100 First Prize.

PENSACOLA, Fla. (Sept. 18, 2019) — Zarzaur Law, P.A., a personal injury law firm based out of Pensacola, Florida, has once again partnered with local downtown businesses to host the 2nd annual “Zalloween” event. “Zalloween” is a FREE, safe and fun filled kid’s Halloween event on Wednesday, Oct. 30 from 4-6p.m., The event will be held at the intersection of Palafox and Romana Streets in Downtown Pensacola. “Zalloween,” hosted by Zarzaur Law, will include candy, games, a fire truck that kids can explore from the Pensacola Fire Department, meet and greet the K-9 unit from KlaasKIDS Search and Rescue, arts and crafts stations with First City Art Center and Blue Morning Gallery, a pumpkin patch, and more! A kid’s costume contest will kick-off at 5p.m. with four age group categories and a $100 first prize for each age group. The first 250 kids in costume will also receive a reflective trick-or-treat bag and a pumpkin strobe light.

SIGN UP FOR THE COSTUME CONTEST HERE!

“Last year was a smashing success, and we hope to have an even bigger crowd this year.” Joe Zarzaur, owner of Zarzaur Law, P.A.

In addition to the fun and games, the KlaasKIDS organization will be on hand to provide fingerprinting for any children (parents or legal guardian must be present). The parents will receive a fingerprint card that they will take home that will have their child’s picture and fingerprint on the card.

Participating businesses include:
Gulf Coast Kid’s House
The Tin Cow
Pen Air Federal Credit Union
Dog House Deli Downtown
First City Art Center
Pensacola Fire Department
Pensacola Police Department
KlaasKIDS Search Center for Missing & Trafficked Children
Blue Morning Gallery
Properly Posh Baby
The Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Sacred Heart | Ascension

Event details can be found on Zarzaur Law’s Zalloween event page on Facebook, or call 850-444-9299.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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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

Call for Artists – Legal Graffiti Foo Foo Fest Edition

Zarzaur Law, P.A., a personal injury law firm based out of Pensacola, Florida, invites artist proposals for Legal Graffiti, Foo Foo Fest Edition, a 3-day live painting event that will attract locals and visitors that are in the Downtown Pensacola area for the Foo Foo Fest activities happening during the first two weeks in November.

Visitors can watch three artists work on large canvases on the same wall and using spray paint just like the traditional “Legal Graffiti” fundraiser events hosted by Zarzaur Law, P.A. during the monthly Gallery Nights. Consisting of three 6ft x 8ft vinyl canvases on the North facing wall outside of the Zarzaur Law building in Downtown Pensacola. Three artists will be selected. Each artist will create one original piece using spray paint, as well as artist’s choice of other mixed media / paint, and will receive a $750 stipend.

Legal Graffiti Foo Foo Fest Edition will take place Friday Nov. 8 and conclude on Sunday, Nov. 10 in Downtown Pensacola on the closing weekend of Foo Foo Fest. The final pieces will be auctioned off as a fundraiser for Gulf Coast Kid’s House. Submission is free with a deadline of Friday, August 30, 2019.

Artists must submit bios, concepts (sketches) and artist statement for review by Aug. 30. Final artists selection will be made by Sept. 9.

Artwork themes are to be positive in nature, community friendly and visually bold and striking.  “Wish You Were Here” mural

Please email bios (including full contact information), concepts (sketches) and artist statement (along with any questions) to michelle@zarzaurlaw.com by Friday, August 30, 2019.

Ping Pong on Palafox, Hosted by Zarzaur Law, PA – September 14


PLEASE NOTE DATE CHANGE! NEW EVENT DATE IS SEPT. 14.

Zarzaur Law, P.A., a personal injury law firm based out of Pensacola, Florida, has partnered with the Pensacola Table Tennis Club and City of Pensacola Parks and Recreation Department to host a community ping pong tournament event on Saturday, September 14, 2019 from 10am-5pm* The event will be held on the street at the intersection of Palafox and Romana Streets in Downtown Pensacola. “Ping Pong on Palafox,” hosted by Zarzaur Law, will include a table tennis “ping pong” tournament for all ages and levels, games, refreshments for players, and more! The round robin tournament will kick-off at 10a.m. with kids age groups and adult divisions with cash** prizes for winners. Players can be anywhere from kids, novice recreational weekend players, all the way to competitive club members. The first 50 players to sign up for the tournament will also receive a swag bag. 

Businesses, organizations or groups are encouraged to create teams of four, sign up, bring their tent, coolers and signs and battle for bragging rights and be the tops in team table tennis.

SIGN UP TODAY! >

This event is more than the typical community event and fundraiser for Gulf Coast Kid’s House, it’s downright FUN! Players can compete in a Table Tennis Tournament and play games all while supporting Gulf Coast Kids House. Guests can learn tips and tricks from Table Tennis professionals and watch kids all the way to pros battle each other right in the heart of Downtown Pensacola. 100% of entry fees will go to Gulf Coast Kid’s House.

“In this day and age of kids and their devices, we figured highlighting the games we 40-somethings played as kids would be good for everyone.”  Joe Zarzaur, owner of Zarzaur Law, P.A. 

Entry fees:

Kids – $10

Teens – Novice Adult  – $15

Advanced Adult – $20

Corporate / Business / Group Team (team of four) – $40

Spectators – FREE!

In addition to the fun and games, Snowbiz Shaved Ice food truck, Arepas food truck and the Tin Cow Restaurant will be selling mouth watering meals to hungry players and spectators alike.

Sign up for “Ping Pong on Palafox” here >
or call 850-444-9299 for more info/details.

*Weather Permitting
**VISA® gift cards.

Public Art in Pensacola Flourishes with New Mural on The Zarzaur Law Building.

Across the country, cities large and small are inspired to bring life to city walls with thoughtful color and design. Local artists have been turning city walls into huge public canvases and the results of their labor can have a lasting effect on the local community. Research has shown that murals provide social, cultural and economic benefits. Murals offer accessibility to art and creative expression without the cost and perceived barriers of traditional galleries or museums. Murals can act as a starting point that can lead to interest in seeing more work inside and outside of gallery spaces. In Pensacola, there has been an ongoing creative renaissance and two local artists wanted to contribute to the the growing excitement of murals in the area.

A more than nine month project came to life in March 2019 for artists Veronique Zayas of Hatchmark Studio and Somi Choi of idgroup. Their “Call for a Wall” project is a gift to the city. Zayas and Choi first announced the “Call for a Wall” on social media to find a Downtown Pensacola business with a wall that would serve as the canvas for a piece that would be a a point of interest and destination in downtown for both tourists and locals alike. Zarzaur Law, P.A. answered the call and offered up their wall for this locally focused and positive mural. Zarzaur Law, P.A., a personal injury law firm lead by Board Certified Civil Trial Lawyer Joe Zarzaur, has always been a supporter of the arts and was honored to be chosen as the business and canvas for the mural.

The process took time since they were asking to paint on a historic downtown building, but approval by the Pensacola City Council provided the final steps in bringing the vision and mural to life.

The mural took 3 days to complete and truly ended up being even more beautiful than envisioned. Within the first 5 minutes of the mural’s completion people were lined up to take photos as well as selfies in front of the mural.

Read PNJ news coverage

Watch the news coverage from WEAR TV 3

Watch the news coverage from WKRG TV

The mural incorporates colors that represent positivity, energy and Pensacola’s beautiful sunshine and water. The welcoming message “Wish You Were Here” intertwined with the word Pensacola provides a postcard moment that everyone will be proud to share. The mural is planned to be on display for up to 12 months on The Zarzaur Law building at the corner of Palafox and Romana streets in Pensacola, Florida.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Sources:

Benefits of Murals

The Power of Public Art: How Murals Beautify Cities and Build Communities

https://www.visitpensacola.com/blog/post/mod-art-ization-its-a-thing/

 

Jury Duty: A New Perspective – An Honor, Not a Burden.

The Jury Duty Misconception.
I had only been summoned for jury duty once, and it was right near the holidays a few years ago and in the middle of a couple of major deadlines. Needless to say I was irritated having to waste my Monday waiting around in a room with at least 200 of my fellow citizens feeling the same way. We were all trying to continue working in some capacity with all of our mobile devices. I did not get chosen to serve on a jury…. didn’t even make it to the first round of jury selection and was relieved to be back at work by noon.

Part of the Bigger Picture.
I work in a personal injury law firm, Zarzaur Law, PA, here in Pensacola, Florida. I have learned a lot about the law in the year and half I have been here, especially, the process and the time it takes to prepare for a case to go to trial. Prior to working at Zarzaur Law P.A. as the marketing manager, I worked in an ad agency…so I did not have a lot of exposure to law firms. I am fortunate to work for Joe Zarzaur, an award-winning board certified civil trial lawyer, who is a part of only 1% of lawyers in the state of Florida with these credentials.

Call it coincidence or perpetuity, but I received a jury summons as an employee at Zarzaur Law, PA. At first I thought this to be another burden, but then realized that I am getting to be a part of the judicial process. Since my job at the firm does not involve the practice of law, I was interested in being a part of the process.

A New Perspective.
We all started sitting in a very large room where Pam Childers welcomed us and proceeded to have us take the oath. We were informed that all cases on the docket that week were criminal cases. Ms. Childers then went on to explain our obligation as a citizen of our state and our country. Our form of government calls us to service as be a part of the judicial process. It is important for us to be here to keep the process moving forward. We are helping the court fulfill its responsibilities and maintain our rights for due process. This is our judicial system to help resolve disputes. Cases can be resolved even while we wait and we are here willing to take time to participate in this democratic process. I never realized that some cases do get settled prior to going to jury, just because of our presence.

The Juror’s Role.
Our role as jurors is to provide a fair, impartial and just decision based on facts received in case. All of this was certainly providing me an education first hand at what my firm does and must be prepared for. The amount of time and evidence that must be prepared is substantial. Also … it’s not like the TV show Law and Order – cases and trials could take as long as 6 months to a year to get on the docket. This is why having full juries are so important. We are final authorities on the facts, judge has final authority in the law.

It felt overwhelming but exciting. You are no longer watching TV, this is real life. A big responsibility is expected of you, and I felt honored to be chosen. The experience is humbling, intimidating and empowering all at the same time. Judge and lawyers and defendant asking questions and awaiting to see who will be the panel to hear the case, weigh the facts and provide the verdict. We hold the power of democracy and fairness in our hands. We decide the fate of a person who is considered innocent until proven guilty. We actively uphold the law and its ability to help keep our country free from minority tyranny.

A Rewarding Experience.
While I was not chosen for the case, it was an unbelievable experience. I was actually disappointed not to be chosen. I just hope those that served on this jury were fair and in the end made the decision that is based on the facts.

Jurors perform a vital role in the American system of justice. … Jury service is a high duty of citizenship. Jurors aid in the maintenance of law and order and uphold justice among their fellow citizens. Their greatest reward is the knowledge that they have discharged this duty faithfully, honorably, and well. Jurors perform a vital role in the American system of justice. The protection of our rights and liberties is largely achieved through the teamwork of judge and jury who, working together in a common effort, put into practice the principles of our great heritage of freedom. The judge determines the law to be applied in the case while the jury decides the facts. Thus, in a very important way, jurors become a part of the court itself.

I challenge you to re-think jury duty the next time you receive your summons and not look at it as a burden, but as an honor and a right as a part of our Democratic society.

As one of the leading personal injury lawyers in Pensacola, Florida, Joe Zarzaur has dedicated his life to helping car wreck victims protect their rights. One major way that Personal Injury Law Firm, Zarzaur Law achieves this mission is by fighting extremely hard for the clients he represents. But a second and equally important component of Zarzaur Law Firm’s work is providing the community with the resources they need to keep themselves protected.

Read more:
http://law2.umkc.edu/faculty/projects/ftrials/juryseminar/EvolutionJury.html

Juries – Modern Juries – Jury, Court, Civil, and Trial – JRank Articles http://law.jrank.org/pages/22535/Juries-Modern-Juries.html#ixzz4yLbXuRNE

https://www.mow.uscourts.gov/jury/history_of_jury_duty

Zarzaur Law, P.A. Partners with Feeding The Gulf Coast, 
and Heads Up Downtown Pensacola Food Drive 
for Hurricane Michael Relief Efforts

PENSACOLA, Fla. (Oct. 17, 2018) — Zarzaur Law, P.A., a personal injury law firm based out of Pensacola, Florida has partnered with Feeding the Gulf Coast, and is leading a week long effort to raise funds and donations for victims of Hurricane Michael.

“We have personally seen what a hurricane can do (Hurricane Ivan, 2004) and how it can impact a community.” Joe Zarzaur, Owner of Zarzaur Law, P.A. “We wanted to do what we could to give back to our neighbors in the East”

Zarzaur Law, P.A., along with other participating Downtown Pensacola businesses — Tin Cow, Pot Roast & Pinot, Blue Morning Gallery, Hopjacks Pizza Kitchen and Taproom, Carmen’s Lunch Bar, O’Rileys Irish Pub and Ideawörks, will be accepting non-perishable items and donations all week long and during this Friday’s Gallery Night event.

In addition to collecting donations, Zarzaur Law, P.A. will be doing a special fund match during their monthly Legal Graffiti, fundraising event during Gallery Night this Friday, Oct. 19, 5pm – 9pm. 100% of the matching funds will go to Hurricane Michael relief efforts through Feeding The Gulf Coast.

“We are excited to have so many businesses come together to assist those affected by Hurricane Michael.” Aubrey Grier, Volunteer and Food Drive Coordinator for Feeding The Gulf Coast. “We have been pushing out food like crazy in the days following the storm and we are definitely on the hunt for more food, so this will be great!”

Most needed disaster relief items include:
Canned fruits & veggies
Canned meat and fish
Canned beans and soups
Cereal, oats and oatmeal
Pasta and rice
Peanut butter
Hygiene items
Household items
Paper products
Granola and protein bars
Single serving meals that do not require refrigeration or cooking
Coffee
Instant tea
Juice
Drink mixes

Donations will be accepted through Friday, Oct. 19, during Gallery Night, at the following locations:
Zarzaur Law, P.A. – 11 E Romana St.
The Tin Cow – 102 S Palafox St.
Hopjacks Pizza Kitchen and Taproom – 10 S Palafox St.
Pot Roast & Pinot – 11B Palafox Place
Blue Morning Gallery – 21 S Palafox St.
O’Rileys Irish Pub Downtown – 321 S Palafox St.
Carmen’s Lunch Bar – 407 S Palafox St. B
Volume One Salon – 7 W Main St.
Ideawörks – 1110 N. Palafox St.

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, 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.

Call Zarzaur Law, P.A. today at (855) Hire-Joe for a free legal consultation or visit www.zarzaurlaw.com.