Village of Royal Palm Beach
The Village of Royal Palm Beach is a suburb of metropolitan West Palm Beach, Florida. Royal Palm Beach is the site of two pre-eminent medical facilities, Palms West Hospital and Wellington Regional Medical Center. The town has blossomed into a thriving community.
The Village of Royal Palm Beach, had it's beginning in 1959, when it first became a recognized village in Palm Beach County. The Village of Royal Palm Beach is governed by Mayor Fred Pinto, who heads the Village Council. The current population is approximately 35,000.00 persons. There are several government advisory boards, including the Education Advisory Board, the Planning and Zoning Board, the Program of Public Information and the Recreation Advisory Board. Departments within the Village of Royal Palm Beach include the Building Department, Code Enforcement, Community Relations, Engineering, Finance, Human Resources, Parks and Recreation, Police, Public Works, Village Clerk and Village Manager.
The Village of Royal Palm Beach has been ranked consistently as a top family town in the United States. The Village of Royal Palm Beach offers many activities for residents, with an emphasis on outdoor activities and fitness. There are many well planned open spaces and park areas designed to be of the highest quality. These parks include Preservation Park, Wetlands Park, Veterans Park, Penzance Park, Pippin Park, Moonlight Park, H.L. Johnson Park, Crestwood Park, Camellia Park, Bobbi Jo Lauter Park and the Bob Manelli Baseball Complex. “Pop Warner” youth football and many golf programs. The Village has been enhanced with a major tree planting program over many years. There are so many trees, that Royal Palm Beach is the home to numerous migratory birds and has been designated as a bird sanctuary. The Village of Royal Palm Beach recently acquired many acres to expand natural areas to include a designated bird sanctuary.
The Village of Royal Palm Beach Cultural Center is used for multiple cultural, social, family and entertainment events throughout the year. The Cultural Center is also used for workshops, classes, meetings and other educational functions.
The Village of Royal Palm Beach has grown in diversity, with many languages spoken in local households, including Spanish, Tagalog and others. The village has been blessed with many hard working families from the Caribbean, including from the countries of Jamaica and Cuba.
Royal Palm Beach and West Palm Beach Social Security Disability Lawyer and Attorney Randy Zeldin, Esq., is proud to have been serving the West Palm Beach and Royal Palm Beach communities for over 25 years.
One common medical issue in Social Security Disability hearings, common in the Village of Royal Palm Beach and West Palm Beach, is lumbar or back injuries. Lumbar injuries account for a significant portion of all lost time from work across the United States and in Florida. Some claimants have severe spinal arthritis, surgeries and persistent chronic pain, from both sitting and standing. Surgeries are notorious for causing chronic back pain problems and often these individuals may show scarring around nerve roots. MRI scans and CT scans are the type of objective medical evidence used standing and may periodically have to lie down supine on the floor or a couch. Chronic lumbar injuries also result frequently in "good days" and "bad days," the latter being a cause of total or partial absence from work. Regular and frequent absence from employment due to a back injury can be the basis for the award of Social Security Disability benefits. It is difficult or impossible to locate employment, when absenteeism is frequent and regular.
In West Palm Beach and Royal Palm Beach, many individuals are employed in the construction and repair trades, which are unfortunately a common precipitator of lumbar injuries. Randy Zeldin, Esq. has represented West Palm Beach individuals with lumbar injuries who have been electricians, plumbers, roofers and swimming pool maintenance workers.
The West Palm Beach law office of Randy Zeldin is conveniently located on 1401 Forum Way, #600. West Palm Beach, Florida.