Forgery in Florida and Beyond

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

  Forgery is a dirty word.  Forgery is defined as the action of “forging” – or producing – a copy of a document, signature, banknote, or work of art.  The word “producing” can be misleading.  Someone can produce their own work, and thus it isn’t a forgery, as per common law.  Perhaps the word “replicate” is better to use than “produce”…

Statutes of Limitations in Florida

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

What is a statute of limitations? So, what is a statute of limitations? A statute of limitation is a statute—an enactment in the legal system—that determines the maximum amount of time that can pass after an incident before legal proceedings based on the incident must commence. Statutes of limitations apply to both civil law (the…

Auto Accidents: Looking a Little Further…

Apr. 15th, 2013   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

In our office—and thus in our blog—we frequently deal with the fall-out from auto accidents, which account for a majority of the personal injury cases that we deal with. The aftermath of car accidents require a great deal of work and attention in answering many questions: Were there damages? Who was at fault? Was negligence…

Prescription Drug Liability: Generic vs. Brand-Name

Apr. 8th, 2013   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

Defining Liability for Prescription Drug Injuries We have written many blogs about the problems stemming from taking medications — negative side effects, worsening of symptoms, etc., and, coupled with reporting those problems, we have discussed litigation against the drug manufacturers who are responsible for the drugs they put out into the public. Well, this blog…

Medical Malpractice from Different Angles

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

Medical malpractice, or “med-mal,” as it is often referred to within legal offices around the country, refers to an instance or series of instances in which a medical practitioner has engaged in malpractice—illegal, irresponsible and/or negligent activity. Many professionals are held to certain standards of care and, when they fail to meet such standards, and…

P.I. Pulse: Recent Product Recalls

Apr. 1st, 2013   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

  Product recalls happen all the time. They entail a company or a government agency, publicly issuing a recall on a product or a component of a product deemed unfit for the marketplace. These recalls are often the result of discoveries of safety issues—for example, a company coming to realize that one of its products…

Policy Limits obtained for Auto accident victim

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

Auto accident victim compensation Our client was involved in 2 separate car accidents which led to her having a serious spinal injury that required surgery. It was difficult to prove which car accident caused her spinal injury and we fought with the insurance companies in both accidents to obtain the maximum recovery. Whenever someone is…

What To Do After The Crash

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

The time minutes, hours, days and weeks following an accident of any type can be perhaps the most traumatic part of mistreatment due to negligence. Often times, the actual infliction of injury, being hit by a negligent driver, for example, is a momentary and fleeting incident. It’s often the time that follows that is the…

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