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9-Year-Old Boy Needed Emergency Brain Surgery After Being Injured in Game on Royal Caribbean Ship, Family Says


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First Lawsuit Filed Against Owner of Shuckers

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Civil Law Suit Filed Against Shuckers Bar and Grill
Personal Injury Claims Against Shuckers Bar and Grill


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Managing cruise ship mishaps


Huffpost Miami

Why Cruise Lines Aren’t Accountable to Their Passengers


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The Glock That Stole Christmas


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The FDA’s Dangerous Death Race


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Florida’s Love Affair With the Second Amendment


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Ceremony brings light to 15-foot menorah in downtown Gables


Huffpost Miami

Denying LGBT Justice Denies Justice for Us All


Huffpost Miami

Obamacare Is Not the Only Health Care Law in Town


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Anticircumcision Activists Say Trimming a Bit Off the Top Is Too Much


Spencer Aronfeld on Social Media Use by Lawyers before a Trial

Spencer Aronfeld on Social Media Use by Lawyers before a Trial


Huffpost Miami

Paul Perito, Coral Gables Urologist, Sued Over South Florida Man’s Penis Amputation


Plastic Disaster

Plastic Disaster


95 Express: Pay more, get injured, wait in traffic

95 Express: Pay more, get injured, wait in traffic


The National Jurist

Network advice for law students | the National Jurist


Business Leader Radio

Spencer Aronfeld Radio Interview on Business Leader Radio


Woman Claims Doc Injected Wrong Knee Before Surgery

Woman Claims Doc Injected Wrong Knee Before Surgery Her attorney Spencer Aronfeld is beginning legal action against anesthesiologist Dr. Juan Cucalon and Doctors Hospital. Aronfeld says Cucalon injected Ortiz with a drug in the wrong leg, even though pictures clearly showed which knee needed repair.

Alonzo Mourning Sued By Hit and Run Accident

Alonzo Mourning Sued By Hit and Run Accident


Alonzo Mourning Sued After Car Crash

Alonzo Mourning Sued After Car Crash

A Miami college student filed a lawsuit Wednesday claiming former Miami Heat player Alonzo Mourning smashed into his damaged car which had just been involved in a collision on the Julia Tuttle Causeway early Sunday.


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