Strict Liability

Jun. 6th, 2011   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Strict liability is a legal doctrine that makes a person or company responsible for their actions or products which cause damages regardless of any intent or negligence on their part. A plaintiff filing a personal injury lawsuit under strict liability does not need to show intentional or negligent conduct, only that the defendant’s action triggered…

Head Injuries in Sports

Jun. 1st, 2011   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Head injuries, particularly in football, have been a topic of intense scrutiny and relentless debate. Many NFL players have complained that their injuries during their playing careers have caused them to suffer permanent injuries. New helmets have been designed and new rules have been enacted in the NFL in order to attempt to limit the…

Recent Jury Verdicts in Florida

May. 31st, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Every day, cases are tried involving motor vehicle accidents, premises liability, medical malpractice, negligence, and investment losses (normally investment loss cases tried to an Aribtration panel in Boca Raton). Some of the verdicts are particularly noteworthy. You may be in a similar legal situation as many of these people; who were made financially whole after…

Apps for Lawyers

May. 28th, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

As we all know, technology has taken tremendous leaps forward in the past decade. Most recently, Apple’s introduction of the iPhone and iPad has revolutionized the world of mobile technology. For lawyers, doing legal reasearch has become far more accessible with the convenient Safari application built into the iPhone and iPad. What most people don’t…

Understanding Your Auto Insurance

May. 27th, 2011   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

Every registered automobile owner in the state of Florida is required to have auto insurance. The problem is not obtaining insurance, but really understanding what you are paying for. If you get into a car accident and you are at fault, it is important that you have liability insurance. BI, or bodily injury, will help…

Boat/Cruise Ship Law

May. 25th, 2011   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

Maritime law, or admiralty law, by definition is the body of legal rules that governs boating and shipping. Maritime law applies to everything from shipping goods on a boat, to going on a cruise, to just enjoying a day out in the sun with friends or family on a personal boat. Although most of the…

Aronberg, Aronberg & Green hire new Law Clerk

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

The Law Offices of Aronberg, Aronberg & Green is pleased to announce the hiring of a new law clerk – Corey Strauss. Mr. Strauss, a recent graduate from the University of Florida’s business school, will be joining our law firm to assist in file management, legal research and client development. Mr. Strauss, originally from New…

Florida Legislature DENIES JUSTICE Again!!!

May. 11th, 2011   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

If only our Florida legislature could spend some time on issues like these instead of wasting time deciding whether a “barking tree frog” should be Florida’s amphibian. Shame on you for failing to address this case AGAIN!!! Does anyone think our Legislature should be in session LONGER than 60 days!!!??? With all of the important…

2011 Florida Legislature – Bills that PASSED and FAILED

May. 7th, 2011   /   , /   By: David Aronberg

Some bills that passed and failed in the 2011 session. All passed bills await Gov. Rick Scott’s approval. Consumers BIKE SAFETY (Failed): Bicycle helmets worn by riders under 16 must meet federal safety requirements. (SB 118/HB 981) BOOSTER SEATS (Failed): Requires booster seats for children between 4 and 7 years old who are shorter than…

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