Aronberg Law Blog

Problems and Solutions in a Personal Injury Case

Feb. 10th, 2017   /  

For many years, our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers have been representing people who have been injured due to negligence of others. As we have seen, the aches and pains do not always end once the physical wounds are healed. The legal process of seeking compensation from the responsible party comes with its own batch…

Another Happy Client!!!

Feb. 6th, 2017   /  

We are happy to announce the final resolution of a client’s fall case after 3 long years of work and litigation which included numerous depositions (including one taken of the client’s surgeon in New York), court appearances and a final Mediation that occurred just recently. The case started when our client fell in a parking…

Paralegal Profile: Getting to Know Carol Matus

Feb. 6th, 2017   /   ,

What is your day-to-day like at Aronberg & Aronberg? I start my day at Aronberg & Aronberg with a positive attitude and a sincere desire to help those people who have been misguided by the insurance industry. I work closely with our clients making sure they have the best medical treatment available to them. I…

Beach Chairs Recalled Over Finger Amputation Risk

Jan. 30th, 2017   /  

As our Delray Beach personal injury and product liability lawyers have discussed before, companies can be held liable for injuries caused by the products they sell. In order to limit the number of injuries which can be caused by faulty products, items found to be dangerous can be “recalled.” This recall process can either be initiated…

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….

“Veil Piercing” and Personal Injury

Jan. 20th, 2017   /  

You may have heard the phrase “pierce the corporate veil”. This refers to the protection from liability that a corporate structure provides for its owners. It also refers to the law that allows a plaintiff to go after the corporation’s owners personal assets in certain circumstances. Largely, veil piercing is governed by corporate law, not…

Follow-Up: Pulse Nightclub Shooting

Jan. 18th, 2017   /   ,

In this blog post, our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers will provide an update on a tragic personal injury issue we’ve blogged about in the past. The deadly and atrocious Pulse nightclub shooting. The Pulse shooting has been in the news as of late, and we will fill you in on the updates. Pulse Nightclub Victims’…

Men Sue Drug Giant After Developing Breasts

Jan. 13th, 2017   /  

Developments in the drug company world have led to increased life expectancy. Better quality of life. And diminished amounts of suffering caused by previously unmanageable diseases and afflictions. However, as our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg know, there is always a trade-off with prescription drugs. While you…

Workplace Injuries on the Rise in Florida

Jan. 9th, 2017   /  

Our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg routinely represent people injured due to the negligence of another. The typical injury cases arise from car accidents, slip and falls, etc. Clearly, people often incur injuries unexpectedly, whether they are simply driving to work or walking into a department store….

When Civil Wrongs Are Criminal Wrongs

Jan. 4th, 2017   /  

When somebody commits a civil wrong (negligent driving, for instance) and, as a result, causes injury to another, there is likely a potential action to be brought by or on behalf of the victim. Sometimes, wrongs which constitute crimes, the action is brought by the government. But as our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at…