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…

411: The “Civil” Component of a Sexual Harassment and/or Abuse Case

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

Don’t misconstrue the title of this blog—indeed, there is absolutely nothing civil (courteous) about sexual harassment or abuse; the two are vile practices that occur far too often in societies all across the world. Rather, what this blog intends to explore is the civil litigation aspect of sexual harassment or sexual abuse case. Yes, sexual…

Proceed with Caution: 3 Rules to Follow when Dealing with your Personal Injury Case

Aug. 26th, 2013   /   , , , , , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

When you’ve been injured, clearly the first concern you have – as you should – is ensuring that you treat the injuries. If you sustained a back injury, get yourself to a back specialist. If you received a foot injury, get yourself to a podiatrist. If you experienced psychological trauma, make sure to see a…

P.I. Pulse: Asiana Airline Crash Claims

Aug. 19th, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  If it’s not a mammoth cruise liner that causes injuries and distress, it’s a large airliner. Earlier this summer, as has been discussed by news outlets all over the world, an airplane operated by Asiana Airlines, based in South Korea, experienced a crash landing when attempting to complete its flight in San Francisco. The…

The Law: The Great Equalizer

Aug. 12th, 2013   /   , , , , , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

  Horace Mann, in the 1800’s, noted that education is the great equalizer, referring to it as the “balance wheel of the social machinery.” His comments were in the context of his support for public education during an era in which there was much debate over the subject. Today, in our modernized world, there are…

Two Wrongdoings: Two Payouts

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

  When someone has been harmed, they have the ability to use the courts to their advantage; to try to right the wrong that has been done to them. Personal injury lawyers specialize in representing plaintiffs who have been the victims of negligence on the part of others and who have suffered as a result….

Wrongful Death Case Against Toyota

Aug. 5th, 2013   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

  Wrongful death suits comprise an unfortunate component of the personal injury legal field. These lawsuits are typically brought by the family of a deceased individual against a negligent tortfeasor whose negligent actions resulted in the death of the individual. Defendants in these cases are sometimes doctors who have engaged in medical malpractice, people whose…

Jury Rules Zimmerman Not Guilty: Why? And Now What?

Jul. 22nd, 2013   /   /   By: David Aronberg

  February 26th, 2012. April 11th, 2012. July 12th, 2013. These are three crucial dates in the hotly debated history of the George Zimmerman story. The first date marks the evening on which Zimmerman admittedly shot and killed Trayvon Martin. The second date marks the day on which Florida State Attorney Angela Corey announced that…

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