What the 7th Amendment Means for You

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

  Nowadays, in political arguments and normal discourse alike, we hear a lot about the 1st Amendment, which guarantees both freedom of speech and freedom of religion. We also hear a lot about the 2nd Amendment in connection with the debate-inspiring right to bear arms. Unfortunately, though, we don’t hear too much about the 7th…

An Analysis of “Wrongful Birth” (with a twist of Product Recall!)

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

  The phrase almost looks like a typo—wrongful birth? What could that possibly mean? Isn’t bring a baby into the world supposed to be among the most beautiful things humans can do? There’s a phrase much like “wrongful birth” that most Americans with some familiarity with the law are acquainted with: “wrongful death.” To explain…

P.I. Pulse: A Major Award and a Not-So-Dog-Friendly Insurance Change

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

  In this blog, we’re going to provide some information on two pieces of recent personal injury-related news: one concerns a major award in a lawsuit against a major company, and the other concerns an adjustment that a major insurance company is making to its homeowners insurance policies—and the change might include your best friend!…

Big Awards, Big Showings of Justice – Law Offices of Aronberg, Aronberg & Green

Feb. 18th, 2013   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

  There are varying degrees of justice and differing accounts of what can be defined as “justice.” In the legal system, justice is often equated to fairness. In a personal injury case, specifically, we can understand justice to be when the negligent, damage-causing party pays (figuratively and literally) for the wrong they have done (the…

P.I. Pulse: An Honorable Award, a Tasty Settlement, and a “Bouncy” Discovery – Aronberg, Aronberg & Green

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

  First, let’s discuss the award. Just this past week, a military veteran received an award following his suing the Department of Veterans Affairs (the VA). The lawsuit dealt with issues far beyond the scope of one service member. The plaintiff in the case sued the VA for its mishandling of his issues relating to…

Personal Injury Law – General Overview with Specific Examples

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

Overview of Personal Injury Law One need only look at the phrase “personal injury law” to understand what this field of law encompasses—it has to do with the legal dimensions of instances in which you, personal (either bodily or otherwise) suffered injury (either physical or otherwise). These types of injury might involve, but are certainly…

Product Safety and Recall News – Aronberg and Aronberg

Jan. 29th, 2013   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

  Various products, ranging from automobiles and air conditioners to cell phones and cellophane, go through the process of a recall, either by way of a government agency direction or a corporate decision. One of the most important governing bodies in relation to consumer product safety is named, for obvious reasons, the U.S Consumer Product…

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