On-the-Job Injuries and Your Rights

Jun. 22nd, 2016   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

Any job site, or office location, comes equipped with its share of risks. Sure, some forms of employment make you more vulnerable to on-the-job injuries than do others; a construction worker, for instance, is probably more at risk for a work-related physical injury than is, say, a librarian. But a librarian can still trip over…

Issues of Negligence with Orlando Tragedies

Jun. 20th, 2016   /   , , , , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

We extend our deepest, sincerest condolences to everyone who was affected by the horrible events which transpired in Orlando earlier this month. Our hearts are with the victims and their families at this difficult time. When tragedy strikes, communities often come together and console one another, dealing with the consequences of seemingly unpreventable horror. Some…

Florida’s Good Samaritan Law

May. 31st, 2016   /   , , , , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Anyone know what a “Good Samaritan” is? Ever been one before? In case you are presented with being one in the future let’s see if we can provide some insight… Florida State Statute 768.13, officially known as the “Good Samaritan Act,” is designed to partially remove the risks that often prevent passers-by from rendering assistance…

Possible Choking Hazard Leads to Pacifier Recall (and the Potential for Lawsuits)

May. 27th, 2016   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

Manufacturers releasing consumer products into the marketplace have a responsibility to ensure that their products are safe for their intended use. As our Delray Beach personal injury lawyers at the Law Offices of Aronberg, Aronberg & Green know, when it is discovered that products contain inherent risks which render them unreasonably dangerous, it is often…

Mislabeled Sunscreen and the Risks of Sunburns

May. 23rd, 2016   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

In the summer, and especially in the summer in Florida (i.e. the “Sunshine State”), people worry about the strength of the sun and how its rays affect their bodies and overall health. Unfortunately, a recent study might have given people something else to worry about – according to the study, 43% of sunscreens actually had…

Enjoy the Pool – Safely!

May. 16th, 2016   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

While those of us who live in South Florida are used to warm weather all year ‘round, it is almost, officially, summertime. While the heat won’t be anything new (though we will see higher temperatures than we do the rest of the year), there will be some changes from the rest of the year: barbeques…

Smartphone App “Snapchat” Sued Over Car Accident

May. 9th, 2016   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

In the modern world of social media, people like to capture, and share, almost every moment. Today, tens of millions of people regularly update their Facebook status to inform friends they’ve landed at some destination, upload a picture of their food to Instagram and share Snapchat stories portraying their weekend adventures. To put it simply:…

$2 Million Dollar High School Head Injury Settlement

May. 6th, 2016   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

In a recent settlement out of Hillsborough County, Florida a high school football player was awarded $2 million dollars from the School Board of Hillsborough County, Florida following a head injury he suffered at football practice. As part of the settlement, the School Board also agreed to adopt the “McNamee Protocol” which requires the school…

Dog Bite Law in Florida

May. 3rd, 2016   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

Florida law (Statute 767.04) states: Dog owner’s liability for damages to persons bitten.—The owner of any dog that bites any person while such person is on or in a public place, or lawfully on or in a private place, including the property of the owner of the dog, is liable for damages suffered by persons…

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