George Zimmerman / Trayvon Martin Case Updates
George Zimmerman / Trayvon Martin Case Updates

Florida’s court system has a knack for drawing the attention of legal experts all across the country. Two years ago it was Casey Anthony, and now it’s George Zimmerman, the man accused of murdering unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin in Sanford,...

Aronberg & Aronberg Retained in a Wrongful Death Case
Aronberg & Aronberg Retained in a Wrongful Death Case

Early on Monday, June 17th, a young man was riding his bicycle on Kirk Road in Lake Worth, Florida, heading northbound. Also driving northbound on Kirk Road at that same time was a 30-year-old intoxicated man behind the wheel of...

DNA Ruling by Supreme Court (Maryland v. King)
DNA Ruling by Supreme Court (Maryland v. King)

June is an important month – it includes Flag Day, Fathers Day, and it is also the month during which the United States celebrates LGBT Pride Month. What we often forget about June, though, is that it is the month...

$250,000 Policy Limits obtained within 4 months of accident
$250,000 Policy Limits obtained within 4 months of accident

Our female client went out one night to a bar and had a little too much to drink. So, instead of trying to drive home intoxicated, she asked a friend of hers to drive her and her car home. The...

P.I. Pulse: an Award, a Lawsuit, and another Collapse
P.I. Pulse: an Award, a Lawsuit, and another Collapse

  In this blog, we’re going to outline for you the basic information behind a few recent stories in the world of personal injury law. The first story revolves around an Iraq war veteran receiving a jury award of millions...

Philadelphia building collapse
Philadelphia building collapse

  On June 5th, at the corner of Market St. and 22nd St. in center-city Philadelphia, a four-story building, in the process of demolition, collapsed prematurely and unexpectedly over an adjacent thrift shop, wreaking havoc on those inside and the...

P.I. Pulse: Drug and Tech Corporations Forced to Pay for Wrongdoing and Negligence
P.I. Pulse: Drug and Tech Corporations Forced to Pay for Wrongdoing and Negligence

In this blog, we’re going to be talking about a few drug corporations, and perhaps the most popular technology company around right now, that were forced to settle cases in which they were accused of various forms of wrongdoing. These...

411: The Jodi Arias Case (with a Focus on Recent Jury Selection Problems)
411: The Jodi Arias Case (with a Focus on Recent Jury Selection Problems)

  Two summers ago, the captivating courtroom drama that rattled the airwaves for weeks was the murder trial of Casey Anthony, the Central Florida young mother (dubbed “Tot Mom” by Nancy Grace) who was accused of murdering her young daughter....

P.I. Pulse: a Verdict Against Yamaha and a Reminder on “Dog Bite” Liability
P.I. Pulse: a Verdict Against Yamaha and a Reminder on “Dog Bite” Liability

Let’s start with the former: a case in which a woman from Pensacola, Florida, filed a lawsuit against the mega corporation Yamaha Motor Co. following an accident that she claims was caused by the faulty vehicle. Per her account, she...

Greeting Summer in a Responsible Way
Greeting Summer in a Responsible Way

  While summer won’t officially commence until June 21st, it sure feels like summer down here in the sunshine state! Though we are blessed with beautiful weather all year long, the summer months in South Florida comprise a time when...

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