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Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #8 - No Cure - What the Experts Say

What is the latest available info from researchers in regard to coronavirus developments? Gloria presents some of the medical research being shared across the world.

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #7 - Election

The presidential election is coming up November 3rd, 2020. We are still going to have to go to the polls. Why can't we have vote by mail or vote by internet?

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #6 - Package Delivery Dangers

Since coronavirus can live on cardboard for up to 72 hours, companies need to accept responsibility and give their workers masks, gloves, and sanitation equipment to keep everyone safe.

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #5 - Rights vs Protections

As the U.S. decides to open up, we need to worry that coronavirus may come back stronger and win the war if we open up too early.

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #4 - Two Types of Testing

As we decide whether to go back to work, the epidemiologists are saying we need to do testing first. There are two types of testing. Learn more about these types and what they can tell you.

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #3 Going Back To Work

Until we can get a cure, one thing is for sure: we all want to help our country and the world win this war against a microscopic virus. We are trying to decide how we will start at the business of living again.

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #9 | No Known Cure

Not Clorox, not hydroxychloroquine; the only weapon that we have right now to win the war against COVID-19 is to stay home, stay safe, wash your hands and physically distance from other people.

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #2 Rights vs. Safety

We're going to have to weigh our constitutional rights and freedoms versus safety in order to safely open up the country again post-COVID-19.

Coronavirus Update - Series 2, Episode #1 - Protect Frontline Workers

In order to protect their workers and the public, corporations need to step up and provide personal protection equipment to their workers.

Coronavirus Update #12 - Can Your Pet Carry the Coronavirus?

One of the big questions pet owners are asking is if their pet can be carriers of the coronavirus? Gloria takes a closer look at those concerns.

Coronavirus Update #11 - Fact vs. Fiction

As of late March 2020, the United States is fourth in the world for Covid-19 infections and getting worse. We are in the escalation phase.

Coronavirus Update #10 - History of Pandemics

The odds of being part of a pandemic in the recorded history of the world are very low, but here we are living through a pandemic.

Coronavirus Update #9 - Be Patriotic

Let's unite together to defeat this common enemy. As John Donne said, "No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent"

Coronavirus Update #8 - Self Responsibility

What is self-responsibility in the Covid-19 outbreak? If you are sick, stay home. Don't go out. Stay away from all people and isolate for 2 weeks.

Coronavirus Update #7 - The Invisible Enemy

I am wearing a mask because the United States is fighting a war against a microscopic enemy. Citizens need to treat it as such.

Coronavirus Update #6 - We Will Not be Open by Easter

The coronavirus curve is still going up, and this country is going to soon rank higher than any other country in the world for this virus.

Coronavirus Update #5 - Florida Tourists must Self-Quarantine

If you're coming to Florida thinking it's a vacation, it is not. The beaches are closed and you're asked to self quarantine for 14 days.

Coronavirus Update #4 - Coronavirus Money - Spend it Wisely

Don't let the stimulus money be a mixed message to go out and do something that does not comport with staying self isolated.

Coronavirus Update #3 - The Next Steps

In Coronavirus Update #3, we have gone from the Containment phase into the next steps from a risk management standpoint. Learn which mitigation efforts are best thing we can do for everyone's safety.

Would you advise people to cancel their vacation plans because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

What should you do if you've already got a cruise or flight booked? Should you cancel any travel plans you have?

What individual responsibility do we have to keep the Coronavirus (COVID-19) from spreading?

Should you be waiting for specific instructions from the CDC on how to handle the coronavirus, or is there something you should be doing now?

What are my rights if my boss says I have to stay home and quarantine because of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

What if your employer insists I stay home and quarantine and you have no sick pay or paid time off? Is there anything you can do?

Should we wear masks to stay safe from the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Should Floridians start wearing masks to stay safe from the Coronavirus (COVID-19)? Should they be mandatory?

Should we avoid crowds and major events to avoid the spread of the Coronavirus (COVID-19)?

Do Floridians need to start avoiding crowds as a preventative measure for coronavirus (COVID-19)? What should we be doing?

Coronavirus Update #2: Containment Failure: What Happens Now?

It's official. The US has failed to contain the coronavirus as of March, 2020. Last month, I warned about the need for containment. But that didn't happen so now what?

Coronavirus Update #1: Precautions From a Lawyer’s Point-of-View

As a lawyer who makes her living off of infectious disease malpractice, this is what should be considered in stopping the spread of this virus.

Can Adults Sue for Emotional Loss of Parent?

Why do we have a law in Florida that protects doctors in their professional capacity when their negligence causes a death?

What can jurors be told in a car accident case?

If you're selected to sit on a jury in a personal injury case, you may be surprised at just what you are and are not allowed to hear.

Limitation of Damages in the Parkland Shooting

Parkland school officials and the Broward school district won't be held financially responsible for the alleged negligence that led to the February 2018 shooting.

Missed diagnosis with tragic results

A missed spot on a chest x-ray meant the difference between treatable and inoperable. Medical malpractice can be a matter of life and death.

Texting and driving in Stuart, FL

In 2018 51,000 traffic accidents were blamed on distracted driving with an average of 140 crashes every day on I-95 running through the Treasure Coast.

Texting and Driving, The Rules and Your Rights

Police in Florida can now pull you over simply for texting and driving. You should always think safety first but it's important to know your rights.

What is MRSA and how can it be avoided?

MRSA is a strain of staph that causes infection. It can sometimes be life threatening and it's tougher to treat than most strains because it's resistant to many commonly used antibiotics.

Gloria Seidule Achieves Super Lawyer Status in Stuart FL

Finding an experienced Medical Malpractice – Personal Injury lawyer in Stuart, FL just got a lot easier. Call Gloria at 772-287-1220.

Personal Injury Attorney Who Truly Cares

You've been in an accident, but the bills keep coming and work still needs to get done. You need a personal injury attorney who cares as much about your case as you do, and you'll want to be a priority and not just a number.

Your insurance company is not your friend

Auto accident injury victims need someone to guide you through the claim process to make sure they receive the compensation you deserve. Personal Injury Lawyer Gloria Seidule will fight for justice!

How Do I Get Compensation For My Accident Injuries?

If you've experienced an injury through no fault of your own, it's important to know what to do after you've been hurt. There are a number of critical steps you must take to improve your chances of receiving compensation.

Why Should You Hire a Personal Injury Attorney?

Been in an accident and wondering what to do about your medical expenses and loss of income? You may even be questioning if you need to hire a personal injury lawyer.