At Glotzer & Kobren, P.A., the health and well-being of our clients, employees, and community is a top priority. We are closely monitoring the situation regarding the spread of COVID-19 and heeding the advice of public health officials. Amid escalating concerns about the impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19), we want you to know that you can reach us anytime by calling 561-361-8677.
Florida Department of Health officials recently confirmed dozens of more positive coronavirus cases. The coronavirus causes only mild or moderate symptoms, such as fever and cough, for most people, but older adults and those with existing health problems can develop severe complications, including pneumonia.
At our South Florida-based law firm, the health of our clients and employees is our top priority. The situation remains fluid and unpredictable, but we are here to help answer questions and provide guidance to clients. If you have questions about how the coronavirus outbreak may impact your legal claim, contact us at 561-361-8677.
Our team of attorneys, support staff, and consultants are here to help you. Our law firm continues to be open and available to assist you with all your personal injury needs. Additionally, we counsel clients on the following types of claims associated with the coronavirus:
- Force majeure clauses in contracts
- Nursing home abuse or other nursing home injuries and illnesses
- Workers’ compensation coverage
- Employment law matters and workplace issues
- Cruise ship-related injuries and cruise ship coronavirus exposure
- Insurance law
- Business law
- Federal and state court closures
The outbreak of the coronavirus represents one of the most significant global public health crises in the last 100 years. Glotzer & Kobren practitioners are actively advising clients on these and other legal issues. We are deeply committed to the communities in which we live and work, and the safety and well-being of our clients and people is paramount.
Please contact Glotzer & Kobren at 561-361-8677 should you have any questions or require legal advice on your personal injury case or COVID-19 related issues.
For additional information about COVID-19 and things you can do to help protect yourself, please visit a trusted source such as the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at cdc.gov.
People ride buses for many different reasons – for trips, to school, or for daily transportation. Buses are largely considered to be safe, but accidents can happen involving any type of motor vehicle. The problem is that when a crash occurs, bus accidents can be particularly dangerous for passengers.
Sustaining a personal injury as a result of another party’s recklessness or negligence can be extremely emotional, stressful, and expensive. Is it possible to pursue a personal injury claim even if you have a pre-existing condition? This is a commonly asked question we get from clients. The short answer is yes, since an accident can aggravate or even cause new damage to an old injury.
Have you been injured while riding as a passenger in a ridesharing vehicle? Was your vehicle involved in an auto accident involving a ridesharing driver? Were you hit by a ridesharing driver while walking or on a bicycle? If so, you should know that you may be entitled to compensation.
When someone else causes an accident and you sustained injuries, you might be certain that the party should be liable for your losses. However, no insurance company will simply take your word for it that their policyholder is to blame or how much you are owed. Instead, you will be expected to prove both liability and damages to prevail in your claim.
When you are ill or injured and admitted to the hospital, you expect them to stabilize and monitor your condition for hopeful improvement. The last thing you likely expect is for hospital staff members to act negligently and cause you additional injuries or complications. However, many patients require an extended stay, incur additional costs, or even face life-threatening conditions because of hospital negligence.