Auto Accident Blog Posts

Florida Traffic Deaths Increased in 2016

Jan. 26th, 2017   /  

Despite all of the new car technology and safety devices on and in our cars, the amount of deaths on our Florida roads INCREASED in 2016. This is NOT GOOD NEWS!!! What do we need to decrease tragedies on our roads. We have continuously used our blog to warn people about the dangers of driving….

Is the Future Here? The First Step in “Connected Cars”

Dec. 27th, 2016   /  

In the past, our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg have written about the future of auto safety. When “smart cars” will communicate with one another as a way to reduce accidents. Technology can help despite the unfortunate yet increasing inattentiveness of drivers. Will Smart Car technology make roads…

Biggest Spike in Traffic Deaths in 50 Years? Blame Apps

Nov. 17th, 2016   /   ,

New York Times By NEAL E. BOUDETTE NOV. 15, 2016 The messaging app Snapchat allows motorists to post photos that record the speed of the vehicle. The navigation app Waze rewards drivers with points when they report traffic jams and accidents. Even the game Pokémon Go has drivers searching for virtual creatures on the nation’s highways….

3 Reasons Why a Lawyer May Not take Your Case

Nov. 15th, 2016   /   , , , ,

Personal injury cases are accepted on the basis of facts and evidence, not fiction or pure empathy. At the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg, while we care deeply about the injuries our clients and prospective clients have endured, our personal injury lawyers always strive for professionalism in practicing law. Thus, while many lawyers such…

Hiring a Personal Injury Lawyer

Oct. 21st, 2016   /   , , , , , , , , , ,

If you’ve been injured as the result of someone else’s negligence, you may need an experienced personal injury lawyer to help you navigate your personal injury case and obtain a fair and reasonable settlement or file a lawsuit on your behalf. But where and how do you find a personal injury lawyer you can trust? How…

Florida Highway Patrol cracking down on aggressive drivers

Oct. 13th, 2016   /   ,

Sun-Sentinel October 13, 2016 The Florida Highway Patrol is ticketing aggressive drivers statewide in an effort to reduce crashes, especially those involving trucks and tractor trailers. During the safety campaign, which runs through Oct. 20, troopers will be looking for car and truck drivers who follow too closely, speed and make unsafe lane changes. About 88%…

Front crash prevention technology reduces rear-end crashes

Sep. 29th, 2016   /   , ,

Springfield News Leader 09/29/2016 – Page A09 Vehicles equipped with front crash prevention are much less likely to rear-end other vehicles, IIHS has found in the first study of the feature’s effectiveness using U.S. police reported crash data. Systems with automatic braking reduce rear-end crashes by about 40% on average, while forward collision warning alone…

Car Dash Cam – Good or Bad Idea?

Sep. 19th, 2016   /   , ,

As many of you know, our law firm specializes in handling motor vehicle accidents. We have handled accident cases for the past 20 plus years. Over that time span we have seen a few car crash cases where one of the people involved in the crash had a dash camera set up to video what…