Aronberg Law Blog

Safety on Palm Beach County School Buses – No Child Left Behind

Jun. 15th, 2017   /  

The Delray Beach Personal Injury Attorneys at Aronberg, Aronberg & Green, Injury Law Firm have learned one of the best ways to prevent accidents is through education and awareness. For this reason, we are bringing you this important update about Palm Beach County School Buses. School Bus Safety Alarms On several occasions within Palm Beach…

How Will Self-Driving Cars Affect Auto Insurance?

Jun. 14th, 2017   /  

As our Delray Beach personal injury attorneys know, many factors influence the premium you pay for your auto insurance. But with the advent and expansion of self-driving automobiles on America’s roads and highways, how insurance is calculated may change dramatically. Currently, auto insurers collect and consider a wide range of factors in determining how much…

Could One of Apple’s Patents Prevent Texting & Driving?

May. 22nd, 2017   /  

Our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers have written about the dangers of texting and driving. We have also posted about local, legislative efforts to curb the epidemic. Of course Apple Inc. does not have the ability to unilaterally make texting and driving illegal. (And even if it did, there is little proof that making the…

Thursday Lawyer Humor – Must Read – Try Not to Laugh

May. 18th, 2017   /  

These are from a book called Disorder in the Courts and are things people actually said in court, word for word, taken down and published by court reporters that had the torment of staying calm while the exchanges were taking place. Thanx Stu!!! ATTORNEY: What was the first thing your husband said to you that…

Everglades Airboat Tragedy in Miami – UM Graduate 22 Years Old Dies

May. 16th, 2017   /  

By: Tonya Alanez and Anne Geggis Contact Reporter Sun Sentinel An Everglades airboat ride with her parents and sister turned deadly for a University of Miami student just one day after her graduation. Elizabeth “Ellie” Goldenberg, 22, and four others were thrown from the vessel late Saturday morning in the Wildlife Management Area, 12 miles west of…

Be Safe—Protect Your Body and Your Case

May. 15th, 2017   /  

In this blog post, our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers will explore the concept of comparative fault under Florida law. Be Safe – Protect Your Body and Your Case. “Be safe” seems like a pretty obvious recommendation from personal injury lawyers. But being safe and aware of your surroundings—when driving, walking through a department store, crossing…

In-Depth: Who is Liable in an Uber or Lyft Crash?

May. 12th, 2017   /  

Unless you’ve been living under a rock, you’ve probably heard of Uber and/or Lyft. These popular ride-hailing mobile apps which allow users to enter a pick-up and drop-off destination and virtually request a car ride. Last summer, Uber completed its two-billionth trip. That’s a lot of Uber rides. While Lyft has not gained as much…

High-Tech Auto Safety = High-Priced Insurance Rates?

May. 8th, 2017   /  

Wouldn’t you think that the safer your car is, the less it would be to insure? After all, as our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at Aronberg, Aronberg & Green know, insurance companies usually pay for auto repairs after collisions. So, if your car has especially high-tech systems to help prevent collisions, making the collisions…

The “Foreign-Body Presumption of Negligence” is Alive and Well in Florida

May. 5th, 2017   /  

At least one aspect of Florida law—and its interpretation by the state’s Supreme Court—is favorable to plaintiffs. This blog will discuss The “Foreign-Body Presumption of Negligence” is Alive and Well in Florida. As our Delray Beach medical malpractice lawyers at Aronberg, Aronberg & Green know, some features of the Florida State Statutes place truly burdensome limitations…