Family of Shooting Victims Sues Restaurant

Oct. 28th, 2013   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

  The family of three victims of a horrible shooting that took place in Ohio last year have, this month, filed a lawsuit against Cracker Barrel, where the shooting took place. The victims were a mother and her two young children, who were confronted by the woman’s ex-husband in the restaurant. The man, who had…

Looking Back on the McDonald’s Hot Coffee Case

Oct. 24th, 2013   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

Liebeck v. McDonald’s Restaurants is one of the most polarizing lawsuits of all time, defining the divide between plaintiff’s attorneys and tort reform activists. But it’s also one of the most misunderstood. Back in February of 1992, 79-year-old Ms. Liebeck was in the passenger’s seat of a car, assembling her morning coffee, having just gone…

Firm Founder David Aronberg Runs the Chicago Marathon!

Oct. 21st, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  The Chicago Marathon took place on October 13th of this year, and among the more than 39,000 runners who hailed from all 50 U.S. states and from over 100 countries around the world, was founder (and one of the namesake’s!) of our firm, David Aronberg. This year’s marathon, hosted by Bank of America, was…

Fatal Hit-and-Run: Wrongful Death

Oct. 16th, 2013   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

  Recently, a man was arrested in Palm Beach County for his involvement in a hit-and-run incident that resulted in the death of an innocent bicyclist. Not only is the suspect reported to have driven negligently in such a manner that he crashed into a bicyclist, killing him, but he is also accused of trying…

Unpaid Interns Not Protected by Sexual Harassment Laws

Oct. 10th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  The personal injury attorneys at the Law Offices of Aronberg and Aronberg know that sexual harassment is pervasive, harmful, and it can appear in many forms. From continued, unwanted flirting to inappropriate and undesired touching, sexual harassment in the workplace is demeaning, wrong and an insult to decency. Having sexual harassment in the workplace…

P.I. Pulse: Product Liability (E-Cigarette Explosion)

Oct. 9th, 2013   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

  Everybody knows (or should know) that young children should be kept away from cigarettes. In reality, everyone should stay away from cigarettes as much as possible, but young children are especially susceptible to the harms of cigarettes, both because of their underdeveloped immune systems and the fact that they’re more prone to subconscious influence…

411: Tortious Interference

Oct. 7th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  In personal injury law, we deal with “torts” – civil wrongs that unfairly cause loss to an individual through the wrongdoing of another. Torts, these wrongdoings, can be in the form of crimes, but someone can also be liable for having committed a tort even if they have not committed a crime. A simple…

Michael Jackson Wrongful Death Case: Concert Promoter Not Responsible

Oct. 4th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

    Concert promotion company AEG Live, was found not liable for Michael Jackson’s untimely 2009 death by a California jury on Wednesday, October 2, 2013. Back in 2009, Michael Jackson’s prescribing doctor prior to his death, Conrad Murray, was convicted of involuntary manslaughter in the death of his former client. Dr. Murray was sentenced…

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