P.I. Pulse: a Settlement and an Award: a deadly test-drive and brain-damaging bar fight
P.I. Pulse: a Settlement and an Award: a deadly test-drive and brain-damaging bar fight

    When trying a personal injury case, we have one goal in mind: winning the case for you so that you can be compensated for your injuries. That sort of victory might come about in different ways. More often...

P.I. Pulse: an Asbestos Award and a “Monster” Lawsuit
P.I. Pulse: an Asbestos Award and a “Monster” Lawsuit

  This blog chronicles the personal injury legal paths of two women, one of whom recently received a major award for harm she has suffered, and the second of whom, who, following the death of her young son, filed a...

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

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...

411: Components of a Successful Personal Injury Case
411: Components of a Successful Personal Injury Case

In this blog, we’re going to identify and explain some vital components of a successful personal injury case. Let’s start with the obvious: a law firm that has experience handling personal injury cases. In order to orchestrate a successful personal injury...

411: Acts of God
411: Acts of God

  In personal injury law, when we talk about an “act of God,” we are not talking about a Biblical instance such as God parting the ocean – unless, of course, the splitting of the ocean caused flooding to the...

Same-Sex Marriage Rulings by Supreme Court
Same-Sex Marriage Rulings by Supreme Court

On the morning of June 26, 2013, the Supreme Court of the United States issued two major rulings – rulings that have been highly anticipated for nearly a year. The cases decided on Wednesday, June 26th, both had to do...

411: Medical Malpractice (To sue, or not to sue: that is the question.)
411: Medical Malpractice (To sue, or not to sue: that is the question.)

  Medical malpractice is fairly self-explanatory; it refers to the failure of a medical professional to render proper medical service and/or care, due to ignorance, negligence, etc., especially when the wrongdoing results in damages/injury to the patient. Doctors receive years...

P.I. Pulse: Recent News in the World of Personal Injury Law
P.I. Pulse: Recent News in the World of Personal Injury Law

  This week, we are taking the world of personal injury law by land, air and sea. Our first story has to do with a man being held liable for damages his dogs have caused. Our second has to do...

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...

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