Florida Injury Lawyer Blog
The Florida Injury Lawyer Blog is an online legal news portal founded by Spencer Aronfeld, an experienced Miami personal injury attorney and legal writer. In each post he provides his personal take on today’s complex legal environment. Making use of his twenty years worth of legal experience, and exuberant personality he presents his liberal commentary and provides a valuable alternative to the mainstream media.
In each post Aronfeld and other contributors attempt to inform the public about important changes in personal injury law, safety tips, and the current cases his firm Aronfeld Trial Lawyers is handling. Topics range from child-injury, car accidents, recalled medical devices and prescription drugs.
El blog que se llama El Abogado de Lesiónes en la Florida es un portal de noticias, línea legal fundada por Spencer Aronfeld, un abogado experimentado en lesiones personales Miami y escritor legal. En cada blog el ofrece su opinion personal en el dificil ambiente legal. Haciendo uso de sus veinte años de experiencia legal, y de su personalidad exhuberante que presenta su comentario liberal y proporciona una valiosa alternativa a los medios de comunicación.
En cada blog Aronfeld y otros colaboradores tratan de informar al público acerca de los cambios importantes de la ley de lesiones personales, consejos de seguridad, y los casos actuales que la firma de abogados de litigios Aronfeld están manejando. Los temas van desde las lesiones durante la infancia, accidentes automovilísticos, dispositivos médicos ,utensilios medicos recogidos y medicamentos recetados.
The world’s largest cruise ship is scheduled to set sail from Port Canaveral in 2022. The vessel named, Wonder of the Seas will have capacity for approximately 7,000 guests, plus 2,300 crew members.
Silversea Cruises will launch its first hybrid-powered vessel, the Silver Nova, in the summer of 2023. The announcement came from Silversea executives during a traditional steel cutting ceremony in November in Papenburg, Germany. The Silver Nova will have the capacity to carry 728 passengers, which is a notable increase from its current 596 passenger new [...]
More details have been released regarding what passengers should expect when boarding the new “Margaritaville Paradise,” a newly-refurbished vessel which is scheduled to set sail from Palm Beach to the Bahama Islands on April 30, 2022. The ship was created as a rebranding by Jimmy Buffet’s lifestyle company, Margaritaville Enterprises, of the Bahama Paradise Cruise [...]
For many Parrotheads, Christmas has come early this year. Jimmy Buffett’s Margaritaville Enterprises has announced the debut of its new “offshore resort experience” known as “Margaritaville at Sea.” This new cruise ship is scheduled to launch in the spring of 2022. This announcement came on Wednesday at the Port Riviera Beach. The vessel is a [...]
Losing a loved one to a drowning accident is arguably one of the worst things a person can go through. These accidents are a common occurrence, especially in our state. The leading cause of death for young children in Florida is drowning. Children are at serious risk for injury or death any time they are [...]
Florida is one of a dozen states in the U.S. that operates under a no-fault law when it comes to filing claims for injuries or damages following an accident. For many drivers, the law and PIP policies can be confusing, especially for individuals who are new to our state. Understanding the laws behind no fault [...]
Paraquat, a highly toxic weed-killing herbicide, has been linked to Parkinson’s disease. Paraquat dichloride has been used in commercial farming and agriculture since its production in 1961. It is the deadliest herbicide on the market and has resulted in the death of at least 30 people in the United States in the past 30 years. [...]
The use of the popular baby formulas Enfamil and Similac has been linked to life-threatening cases of necrotizing enterocolitis, or NEC, in premature babies. Necrotizing enterocolitis is a disease that involves inflammation in the intestines of premature infants. The inflammation causes intestinal tissue to die and a perforation in the intestine may form. Through this [...]
Philips Respironics has recalled 3,400,000 of its sleep apnea machines, also known as Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) machines and ventilators. The recall includes specific Philips Bi-Level Positive Airway Pressure (Bi-Level PAP), Continuous Positive Airway Pressure (CPAP) and mechanical ventilator devices to address potential health risks related to polyester-based polyurethane sound abatement foam that is [...]
Norwegian Cruise Line is set to sail its most in-demand ship to date, the Norwegian Prima, in August 2022. The vessel debuted in May 2021 and has resulted in record bookings, according to reps from the cruise line. The Norwegian Prima offers high-speed thrills and state-of-the-art amenities. The vessel will host the Prima Speedway, the largest and first [...]
After more than 18 months of delay amid Covid-19, Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady departed from Port Miami this week. The ship was originally scheduled to set sail on April 1, 2020. The adults-only cruise line announced in March that it would require all crew members and passengers to be Covid-19 vaccinated to board. The [...]
Slip and fall accidents can happen anywhere, and at any time. Many times, falls happen through the negligence of the injured person, but other times, they occur because of the negligence of the property owner or business. Slip and falls can occur at restaurants, malls, water parks, clubs/bars, amusement parks, grocery stores, on cruise ships, [...]
The Enchanted Princess, Princess Cruise Line’s newest cruise ship is preparing for guest voyages in November. The ship is the third new vessel to arrive in the last several months, starting with Apex, then Odyssey of the Seas.
After more than a year of delays, construction has begun on Royal Caribbean’s new cruise terminal at Port of Galveston in Texas. The cruise terminal will cater to larger cruise ships and rival the major cruise ports in Florida, including Port Canaveral, PortMiami, and Port Everglades. The new terminal will be located at Pier 10 [...]
Carnival's Mardi Gras made its return to Port Canaveral this week with its first passenger cruise since the Covid-19 pandemic. During the seven-day cruise, passengers visited the ports of San Juan, Amber Cove, and Nassau and had the opportunity to ride BOLT, the first roller coaster at sea. Royal Caribbean's Allure of the Seas also [...]
The Port’s CEO said there will be 66 total revenue sailings by the end of next month. Port Canaveral said that will be the most homeported ships it has ever had. The first of those to set sail was Carnival’s Mardi Gras.
School is back in session, which means drivers need to do their part to keep kids safe as they walk and bike to school. Here are some safe driving tips to remember this month and throughout the school year from Aronfeld Trial Lawyers. Drive Slowly in Residential Neighborhoods and School Zones. The beginning of [...]
Norwegian Cruise Line has persuaded a federal judge to dismiss Florida’s ban on Covid-19 vaccination passports for its passengers and crew. Norwegian will require full vaccination for all of its crew and passengers, including children, for initial sailings through October 31.
MSC Cruises is resuming operations in the U.S. after 18 months of being shut down due to the COVID-19 pandemic with the launch of, MSC Meraviglia. The ship is set to depart from Port Miami, making it the first in the MSC fleet to restart operations in the U.S. Cruise ships have been anxious to restart U.S. operations for [...]
Carnival Cruise Line’s Mardi Gras set sail this weekend from Port Canaveral, making it the first passenger cruise to leave the port since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic last March. The vessel left Port Canaveral on Saturday for a seven-day voyage through the Caribbean.
Florida Gov. Ron DeSantis has promised to fight to overturn a recent court ruling that supports the CDC's conditional sailing order when it comes to cruise ships. If necessary, taking the case all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. The long-running battle between Florida and the CDC is over the Governor’s law banning [...]
Knowing how to minimize your risk of a slip and fall can save your life. A swimming pool slip and fall can be particularly deadly to older adults, who can suffer additional complications from broken bones or other injuries stemming from the fall.
This month Celebrity Cruises became the first major cruise line to resume sailing in the Caribbean, since the COVID-19 pandemic. Royal Caribbean will also resume its operations in the Caribbean. Small vessels have already begun operations on the U.S. rivers and intracoastal waterways. A growing number of cruise ships have restarted operations in Europe, [...]
This month Celebrity Cruises became the first major cruise line to resume sailing in the Caribbean, since the COVID-19 pandemic. Royal Caribbean will also resume its operations in the Caribbean.
A lawsuit has been filed against the Champlain Towers South Condominium Association on behalf of the victims involved in the Surfside condo collapse that occurred on June 24, 2021. The complaint alleges that the condominium association failed to ‘secure and safeguard the lives and property’ of those living in the building. Repair needs were identified [...]
At least three people have died, and an unknown number of people are still missing after the Champlain Towers’ South condo collapsed in the early morning on June 24, 2021. The 12-story residential building in the southeast corner of Surfside has more than 130 units. The northeast corridor of the condo building collapsed, approximately 55 [...]
Royal Caribbean International’s newest ship, Odyssey of the Seas, is set to arrive at Port Everglades this week. The vessel was originally planned to debut in November 2020, but several delays have pushed the debut back to June 2021. Like so many well-laid plans in 2020, COVID-19 derailed this schedule. The delivery timeline then changed to April 2021, [...]
MSC Cruise Line announced its newest vessel, the MSC World Europa. The massive ship will be four decks higher than the current size leader in the industry, Royal Caribbean’s Symphony of the Seas, and is slated for arrival in December 2022. MSC World Europa will debut in the Middle East with sailings that include a [...]
Eighty percent of cruise goers want to resume sailing on ships that require Covid-19 vaccinations, according to a recent study by CruiseCritic.com.
Memorial Day marks the official start of summer, but it’s also one of the most dangerous driving weekends of the year. This increased risk is due to more drivers being on the road, tourists who are unfamiliar with a specific geographical area, and consumption of alcohol. Miami and the Miami Beaches happen to be a popular [...]