Aronberg Law Blog

What to Do (and Not Do) After a Hit-and-Run

Aug. 22nd, 2016   /   ,

Our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg frequently represent individuals who have been injured in car accidents caused by the negligence of other drivers. Most of the time, we know who the negligent party is—at the time of the accident, more often than not, our client exchanged identification…

Is the Right to a Jury Trial Vanishing?

Aug. 18th, 2016   /  

The right to a trial by jury is, especially in American legal history, a sacred one. As our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg know, the sixth amendment to the U.S. Constitution provides in part that in “all criminal prosecutions, the accused shall enjoy the right to a…

Could Technology Help End Distracted Driving?

Aug. 9th, 2016   /   , ,

At first glance, it seems counter-intuitive: isn’t technology partially (if not almost exclusively) responsible for distracted driving in the first place? With drivers routinely checking, sending and receiving social medial posts, snaps, texts, and tweets, it appears as if technology is the culprit behind 3,000+ distracted driving-related deaths per year. But after years of sobering…

Safest Used Cars for Teen Drivers

Aug. 5th, 2016   /   ,

It should come as no surprise that there are many safety concerns when it comes to teen drivers. Indeed, as our personal injury lawyers at Aronberg & Aronberg know, in 2010, 33% of deaths among teenagers (those aged 13 to 19) were the result of motor vehicle crashes. As you consider the below information, keep…

Medical Malpractice: Things to Know

Aug. 2nd, 2016   /   , ,

Medical malpractice is the term given to negligence committed by a medical professional who, in the course of his or her professional work, negligently breaches a duty which causes injury and/or other harm to the patient (plaintiff). As our South Florida personal injury lawyers at Aronberg & Aronberg know, medical malpractice comes in many forms…