Verdicts/Settlements in Florida – Aronberg, Aronberg & Green

Feb. 9th, 2012   /   , , , , , , , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Despite certain state legislators’ efforts to place restricting limitations on the juries of the state in relation to this issue, multiple, beneficial settlements and verdicts in personal injury cases have been reached in Florida over the past year. These cases have helped set the precedent moving forward that serious personal injury cases need to be…

Florida Election and Republican Candidates on Tort Reform

Feb. 2nd, 2012   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Two days ago, registered Republicans up and down the state of Florida(hopefully) went to their respective polling places and cast their ballots for the candidate they think is best suited to go head-to-head with President Barack Obama in November. Florida is a winner-take-all state, and Mitt Romney was the only one basking in the sun. …

Deadly Car Crash in Florida – who is responsible???

Jan. 31st, 2012   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

This past weekend, on I-75 outside of Gainesville, there was a horrific, multi-car accident that resulted in multiple fatalities and numerous injuries. The awful crash, that has claimed ten lives thus far, took place early Sunday and is being blamed on “low visibility” by investigators from the National Transportation Safety Board. In addition to the…

iLaw: iPad Apps for Lawyers

Jan. 26th, 2012   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

Everything in the world is advancing.  From the tools doctors use to the cars we drive – to the apps personal injury lawyers use!  In an ever-advancing world, it’s critical that our profession – just like any other – maintains a sense of progression with relation to technology.  This decade has been largely characterized by…

McDonald’s Case 411 – Hot Coffee – Aronberg, Aronberg & Green

Jan. 25th, 2012   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

When many people hear of a “personal injury lawyer” the first thing that comes to mind is often a money-hungry legal professional solely interested in instigating frivolous lawsuits.  Perhaps the most well known (albeit convoluted) perception of a frivolous lawsuit is that of Stella Liebeck v. McDonald’s Restaurants (otherwise known as the McDonalds coffee lawsuit). …

Medical Malpractice Mayhem in Massachusetts

Jan. 24th, 2012   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

That’s a lot of M’s. It’s attention grabbing, though, and its purpose is to draw attention to something that needs some attention! Medical malpractice is real, folks. Most often, when people hear the term “medical malpractice,” they think of an instance of a medical practitioner making a mistake: botching a surgery or prescribing the wrong…

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