411: Bullying: Wrong – and Sometimes Illegal!

Sep. 30th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  “Idiot.” “Loser.” “Dork.” “Fatso.” These are just some of the demeaning, hurtful and often unwarranted insults hurled by aggressors, bullies, etc., at their victims. In recent years, public awareness of bullying here in the U.S. has culminated in public outrage and communal action against the epidemic of bullying. The U.S. government has even dedicated…

P.I. Pulse: Going to Court Against the Police

Sep. 25th, 2013   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

  The police serve the public, first and foremost, in an effort aimed at maintaining law and order. We rely on the police to protect us and make us feel secure; sometimes, however, it ends up being the police that are responsible for damages we experience. In instances in which people are injured and suffer…

P.I. Pulse: Texting a Driver Could Land You in Court

Sep. 23rd, 2013   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

  We all know that using a cell phone while driving is dangerous – in fact, in 2011, 1.3 million auto accidents involved cell phones. And take a look at this frightening statistic: texting while driving makes a car crash 23 times more likely. So, we are all on the same page about the fact…

411: The Legal Theory of Unjust Enrichment

Sep. 20th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  As we’ve remarked multiple times on this blog, and as you were probably told countless times during your youth, life isn’t always fair. That said, as we’ve also expressed consistently on this blog, the law does provide a remedy for righting wrongs that might otherwise seem to be the result of unfairness or bad…

What Tort Reform Supporters Aren’t Telling You

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

  The tort reform movement, an effort to limit plaintiff’s rights to collect compensation for injuries or losses they’ve experienced due to the negligence of others, has put out into the general public many fallacies about personal injury law, and medical malpractice law in particular. This blog aims to dispel just some of the myths…

411: The Dangers of Prescription Drugs

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

  Without a doubt, among the greatest benefits that evolving scientific technology has provided us with are prescription medications tailored to treat previously incurable medical conditions or prevent other medical issues.  Still, the fact that pharmaceutical companies have discovered new and innovative ways to combat harmful and deadly diseases should not preclude us from questioning and…

P.I. Pulse: The NFL Settles with Former Players

Sep. 6th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  As we have previously discussed on this blog, in recent years, many former NFL players have joined together to file a lawsuit against the National Football League for damages they have incurred as a result of injuries sustained while playing football (many stemming from concussions, etc.). Former players have been known to suffer from…

Financial Abuse of the Elderly: Wrong and Illegal

Aug. 30th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  In personal injury law, we often deal with cases surrounding abuse of the elderly. This type of abuse typically comes in the form of physical and mental abuse, often occurring in old age or nursing homes, in which elderly individuals are vulnerable to mistreatment by negligent “caretakers,” etc. One area of abuse of the…

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