Reasons to Hire an Attorney after an Auto Accident
Reasons to Hire an Attorney after an Auto Accident

So, you’re on your way home from work when somebody behind you, distracted by their cell phone, slams into the back of your car. You step out, back aching, and look over the damage. This seems pretty straight-forward. The guy...

Stricter D.U.I. Laws may be on the Horizon
Stricter D.U.I. Laws may be on the Horizon

DUI Laws going to be stricter. On Tuesday, May 14th, officials at the federal National Transportation Safety Board (NTSB) made an informed declaration and suggestion regarding the benchmark for what should determine what counts as driving under the influence of...

P.I. Pulse: A Hefty Award and a Lawsuit Filed
P.I. Pulse: A Hefty Award and a Lawsuit Filed

  With the “P.I. Pulse” component of this blog, we try to keep you informed about goings-on in the world of personal injury law – specifically developments concerning the conclusions of issues: how they ended, why they ended in the...

411: Damages in a Wrongful Death Case
411: Damages in a Wrongful Death Case

“Wrongful death” sounds like an odd – redundant – phrase to most people (and with good reason). Why qualify the word “death” with a variant of the word “wrong?” Isn’t death always “wrong” in one way or another? Well, in...

411: Damages in a Wrongful Death Case
411: Damages in a Wrongful Death Case

  “Wrongful death” sounds like an odd – redundant – phrase to most people (and with good reason). Why qualify the word “death” with a variant of the word “wrong?” Isn’t death always “wrong” in one way or another? Well,...

411: Legitimate vs. Illegitimate Lawsuits
411: Legitimate vs. Illegitimate Lawsuits

  Lawyers as a class are the recipients of a disproportionate amount of unfavorable commentary. We are the subjects of countless jokes and derogatory phrases and we are constantly being referred to as people who try to make a buck...

411: Dealing with the Remaining Suspect of the Boston Bombings
411: Dealing with the Remaining Suspect of the Boston Bombings

As the country reels from the Boston Marathon attacks (Boston Bombings) of Monday, April 15th, all of us at the Law Offices of Aronberg & Aronberg would like to offer our heartfelt condolences to the victims of the attacks, their...

Forgery in Florida and Beyond
Forgery in Florida and Beyond

  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...

P.I. Pulse: A Major Award and an Award of an Amphibious Nature
P.I. Pulse: A Major Award and an Award of an Amphibious Nature

  Let’s start with the largest award we will be discussing in this blog. A certain HMO (which is an acronym for “health maintenance organization”) had been sued by patients that had been infected by hepatitis C as part of...

Statutes of Limitations in Florida
Statutes of Limitations in Florida

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...

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