Wrongful Death

Jun. 24th, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

By legal definition, a wrongful death claim states that the victim has died due to the negligence of anoher and that the victim’s surviving family are entitled to monetary damages to compensate for the improper conduct or negligence that led to the death. Understandably, when tragedy strikes and a family member dies, it is impossible…

Bad Faith

Jun. 23rd, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Insurance companies owe a duty of good faith and fair treatment to all persons insured by their company. What this means is that the insurance company is required by law to act in your best interest as a client. This includes performing proper investigations regarding your claim and doing their general due diligence on your…

Statute of Limitations

Jun. 17th, 2011   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

By definition, the statute of limitations is an enactment in a common law legal system that sets the maximum time after an event that legal proceedings based on that event may be initiated. In more simple terminology, you have a certain amount of time to file a lawsuit after an accident occurs. Essentially, you can’t decide…

Apps for Lawyers

Jun. 16th, 2011   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

Expanding on our previous post on Apps for Lawyers which can be seen here https://aronberglaw.coms-for-lawyers , turning your legal practice into a mobile office is a growing phenomenon. After doing some more research on the matter, there are several more Apps available that are definitely worth mentioning that can make the hectic life of a…

Motorcycle Law and Insurance

Jun. 14th, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Motorcyle riding, for many, is an adventure, a thrill, and an incredible way to release your thoughts and just go. Actually, it’s downright American. However, the dangers associated with riding without a helmet and not being properly insured are too important to be ignored. Some states require that motorcycle riders wear a helmet while riding….

Personal Injury News

Jun. 13th, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

There have been several recent cases in the news that are both interesting and related to our law office’s craft, personal injury. Just yesterday, a circus performer for Ringling Bros. was released from a Colorado hospital after suffering hip and wrist injuries after a 20 foot fall in front of a Colorado Springs crowd. The…

Florida Punitive Damages

Jun. 9th, 2011   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

If you have been injured in an accident caused by an intoxicated driver, you can be awarded damages for your medical expenses, lost wages, and pain and suffering also known as compensatory damages. What most people don’t know is that in a Personal Injury case involving an intoxicated defendant, you are entitled to make a…

Florida Healthcare Insurance Issue

Jun. 9th, 2011   /   , , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

In March 2010, President Obama signed a healthcare reform that caused much scrutiny and debate among the American public. Specifically, the most controversial provision in the bill states that in 2014, everyone must purchase health insurance or face a $695 annual fine. Many states, including Florida, have taken issue with the provision. Florida filed suit…

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