First Lawsuit Filed After Champlain Towers Condo Collapse

First Lawsuit Filed After Champlain Towers Condo Collapse

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 [...]
Numerous Injuries Reported and Three Deaths After Champlain Towers Condo Collapse in Surfside

Numerous Injuries Reported and Three Deaths After Champlain Towers Condo Collapse in Surfside

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 [...]

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 [...]

What is a Compulsory Medical Examination & How Can It Affect Your Personal Injury Case?

Under Florida law, a defendant in a personal injury case has the right to request that the injured party undergo what is called a compulsory medical examination (CME). Sometimes these examinations are referred to as “independent” medical examinations, although they are not necessarily independent. CMEs are requested for the purpose of verifying the plaintiff’s injuries [...]
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