Fatal Hit-and-Run: Wrongful Death

Oct. 16th, 2013   /   ,

  Recently, a man was arrested in Palm Beach County for his involvement in a hit-and-run incident that resulted in the death of an innocent bicyclist. Not only is the suspect reported to have driven negligently in such a manner that he crashed into a bicyclist, killing him, but he is also accused of trying…

Unpaid Interns Not Protected by Sexual Harassment Laws

Oct. 10th, 2013   /  

  The personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Aronberg and Aronberg know that sexual harassment is pervasive, harmful, and it can appear in many forms. From continued, unwanted flirting to inappropriate and undesired touching, sexual harassment in the workplace is demeaning, wrong and an insult to decency. Having sexual harassment in the workplace…

411: Tortious Interference

Oct. 7th, 2013   /  

  In personal injury law, we deal with “torts” – civil wrongs that unfairly cause loss to an individual through the wrongdoing of another. Torts, these wrongdoings, can be in the form of crimes, but someone can also be liable for having committed a tort even if they have not committed a crime. A simple…

Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Case: Concert Promoter Not Responsible

Oct. 4th, 2013   /  

    Concert promotion company AEG Live, was found not liable for Michael Jackson’s untimely 2009 death by a California jury on Wednesday, October 2, 2013. Back in 2009, Michael Jackson’s prescribing doctor prior to his death, Conrad Murray, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his former client. Dr. Murray was sentenced…

411: Bullying: Wrong – and Sometimes Illegal!

Sep. 30th, 2013   /  

  “Idiot.” “Loser.” “Dork.” “Fatso.” These are just some of the demeaning, hurtful and often unwarranted insults hurled by aggressors, bullies, etc., at their victims. In recent years, public awareness of bullying here in the U.S. has culminated in public outrage and communal action against the epidemic of bullying. The U.S. government has even dedicated…

P.I. Pulse: Going to Court Against the Police

Sep. 25th, 2013   /   ,

  The police serve the public, first and foremost, in an effort aimed at maintaining law and order. We rely on the police to protect us and make us feel secure; sometimes, however, it ends up being the police that are responsible for damages we experience. In instances in which people are injured and suffer…

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