Airplane Delays – Jet Blue Fiasco

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

We all remember the game “Seven Minutes in Heaven” from when we were children.  Well, now we’ve got “Seven Hours in Hell.”  More than one hundred people recently found out what that was like. Last month, because of an unexpected snowstorm, many planes headed for Newark, New Jerseywere diverted to Hartford, Connecticut due to the…

Penn State – Sexual Harassment Case

Nov. 10th, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Allegations and evidence of sexual harassment and statutory rape have rocked this week’s headlines. Familiar faces, like those of Jerry Sandusky and Herman Cain, have seen a spike in media attention, and not just for their on-field success and political candor. Mr. Sandusky (if he deserves that title of respect) has been indicted on 40…

Candy Litigation

Nov. 4th, 2011   /   , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

As humans, and Americans in particular, we have come a long way in protecting ourselves from self-inflicted harm. The process of human development has been characterized by trial (no pun intended) and error means by which to achieve a goal. We’ve engaged in all sorts of risky behavior until it came to light that what…

Protecting the Elderly from Fraud

Nov. 2nd, 2011   /   , , /   By: David Aronberg

When something mischievous is easy, people say it’s “like stealing candy from a baby.” In South Florida, it may be more appropriate to say it’s “like stealing money from a senior citizen.” Financial scams targeting the elderly in Florida is on the rise – and the economic slump in which we find ourselves is a…

Punishing the Tobacco Industry

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

What did F. Scott Fitzgerald, George Harrison, Babe Ruth, my grandfather and my grandmother all have in common? At first glance, not much. The first three were world-renowned champions of their instruments; Fitzgerald of the pen, Harrison of the guitar and Ruth of bat. Fitzgerald, Harrison and Ruth were (and are) internationally-recognized household names; the…

P.I. in the Sky

Oct. 12th, 2011   /   , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Despite the fact that the vast majority of personal injury cases stem from accidents that occur on the ground, there are still other places where torts are committed.  As various other modes of transportation (and related machinery) develop, we have seen an increase in maritime accidents as well as aviation accidents.  While people are well…

Car Recalls for defects

Oct. 10th, 2011   /   , , , , , , /   By: David Aronberg

Pre-emptive vigilance is one of the primary ways that society as a whole can serve to avoid injury.  For example, alert driving is absolutely a crucial part of maintaining road safety, but making sure the vehicles we climb into are adequately safe and operational is just as important. Approximately 42,000 people die every year on…

Righting a Wrong(ful Death)

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

With Halloween creeping upon us, we thought it might be useful to take some time in our blog to discuss different aspects of wrongful death cases.  Spooky, huh?  Maybe, but like lots of other things we choose to ignore in life, it remains an unavoidable element of the world we live in.  While no death…

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