The “LAW” is the new Club

Aug. 25th, 2011   /   , , , , ,

The “LAW” is the new Club

The world we live in is different than it was 10 years ago, which was different than it was ten years before that, and so on and so forth.  There are different opportunities available, both good and bad.  More ways to order a shirt, more ways to ignore your mother-in-law, and more ways to get hurt.

Life used to be simpler.  Back in the days of the cavemen, there were no formal structures, no electricity, and far less rules than there are today.  If you wanted to protect yourself from the evils outside of your cave, you armed yourself with a club (and not a Callaway).  Today, as you step outside of your well-constructed home, the world outside is filled with opportunities to get in your way.  Sure, there are just as many positive attributes about today’s world as there are bad, but you don’t need protection from those.  For protection, you don’t need a club today – not even a gun.  You need the law.  Today’s society is heavily dependent on the competency of the legal system, and those who operate within it.

You don’t pick up a newspaper without reading about the law.  Every piece of news has a legal component of it.  You sign contracts on a daily basis (whether you’re leasing a car or signing a credit card receipt) and you enter into verbal agreements all the time (whether you agree to pay a contractor or you tell your nephew you will pay him to mow the lawn).

Much of what happens in your day-to-day life is within your control, but some things are.  Distracted drivers, negligent puddles on the floor, faulty products and even dishonest people are everywhere, and they cause damage every day.  Make sure you know your rights.  If you have been injured to the negligence of another, you need legal representation to help you ensure adequate compensation.

For more information, please call the Law Offices of Aronberg and Aronberg at 561-266-9191 or email us at daronberg@aronberglaw.com

rld we live in is different than it was 10 years ago, which was different than it was ten years before that, and so on and so forth.  There are different opportunities available, both good and bad.  More ways to order a shirt, more ways to ignore your mother-in-law, and more ways to get hurt.

Life used to be simpler.  Back in the days of the cavemen, there were no formal structures, no electricity, and far less rules than there are today.  If you wanted to protect yourself from the evils outside of your cave, you armed yourself with a club (and not a Callaway).  Today, as you step outside of your well-constructed home, the world outside is filled with opportunities to get in your way.  Sure, there are just as many positive attributes about today’s world as there are bad, but you don’t need protection from those.  For protection, you don’t need a club today – not even a gun.  You need the law.  Today’s society is heavily dependent on the competency of the legal system, and those who operate within it.

You don’t pick up a newspaper without reading about the law.  Every piece of news has a legal component of it.  You sign contracts on a daily basis (whether you’re leasing a car or signing a credit card receipt) and you enter into verbal agreements all the time (whether you agree to pay a contractor or you tell your nephew you will pay him to mow the lawn).

Much of what happens in your day-to-day life in within your control, but some things are.  Distracted drivers, negligent puddles on the floor, faulty products and even dishonest people are everywhere, and they cause damage every day.  Make sure you know your rights.  If you have been injured to the negligence of another, you need legal representation to help you ensure adequate compensation.

For more information, please call the Law Offices of Aronberg and Aronberg at 561-266-9191 or email us at daronberg@aronberglaw.com

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