Important Tips to Winning Your Slip and Fall Injury Case

Knowing how to minimize your risk of a slip and fall can save your life.  These type falls can be particularly deadly to older adults, who can suffer additional complications from broken bones or other injuries stemming from the fall. A slip and fall injury can occur when a person slips, trips, or falls as a result of a [...]

Why Are Wrongful Death Cases So Complicated in Florida?

When a loved one dies due to someone else’s negligence, surviving family members are entitled to compensation for their losses.  These losses can be far-reaching, not only affecting daily experiences, but also finances due to the loss of income, emotional health and well-being, and quality of life. The law governing these claims in Florida is [...]

Who Is Liable for Playground Injuries Caused by Broken Equipment?

Playground and swing set injuries account for over 200,000 serious child injuries a year. This number does not represent the minor injuries, such as scrapes, bruises, and broken arms, only those that require calling an ambulance and assistance of the emergency department. Therefore, the actual number of child injuries on playgrounds is much higher. According [...]

Safe Driving Tips for the 4th of July

July 4th is one of the busiest travel holidays of the year. It is also one of the deadliest. Alcohol is a common factor in many of these fatal car accidents and pedestrian accidents.  With gas prices at record lows, and more people driving instead of flying due to the coronavirus pandemic, we urge drivers to use [...]

Appellate Court Orders Reinstatement of 2/3 of a Million Dollar Jury Verdict for Injured Royal Caribbean Passenger

MIAMI – (June 19, 2020) The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Eleventh Circuit has reinstated a jury verdict for a Royal Caribbean cruise ship passenger, represented by Aronfeld Trial Lawyers.  On appeal, it was determined that the district court erred in its decision to overturn the jury verdict in the case (Edgardo Lebron vs. [...]

Cruise Line Use ‘Technicality’ To Deny Refunds

The coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis upended vacation plans for thousands of passengers this cruise Line season following a no-sail order issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in March. That order was set to expire on July 24, but after an announcement made on Friday by the Cruise Lines International Association, U.S. cruise [...]

Maritime Personal Injury Attorney Spencer Aronfeld Named a 2020 Florida Super Lawyer

MIAMI – Founder and Board-Certified Civil Trial Lawyer, Spencer Aronfeld of Aronfeld Trial Lawyers has been selected for inclusion in Florida Super Lawyers 2020, in the practice area of personal injury.  This is the seventh consecutive year Aronfeld has been selected to the Florida Super Lawyers list (2014-2020).  He was also included in the years [...]
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