This long-form article, published in several legal journals, is authored by Craig M. Goldenfarb, Esq., personal injury attorney and expert litigator in use and non-use of automated external defibrillator (AED) in public places. It explains the history of AEDs, a look into future case law, and why people should not be afraid to use AEDs to save lives. Mr. Goldenfarb is the preeminent national thought-leader on litigation involving AEDs.
A very young boy at only 8 years-old has lost his life due to what the surviving parents suspect to be sudden cardiac arrest. If proven true, Caleb Ray would be one of the youngest victims of SCA due to the absence of an AED in years. Our lawyers discuss potential negligence.
Mr. Yefin Bogomolsky was killed in an auto crash at one of the most dangerous intersections in West Palm Beach. This is a potential wrongful death case.
A 14-year old boy, Kamarr Scott, died after collapsing on a track field at his school. He may have have been saved had an AED been used by staff.
John Thomas Dillion IV was killed from an explosion at a construction site at a residential Boynton Beach condo complex. His family may have options.
A 4-year old boy died as the result of a near-drowning in a Greenacres pool, and this incident in particular proves that it’s not always the parent’s fault.
The West Palm Beach car accident lawyers at the Law Offices of Craig Goldenfarb explain how pedestrians are compensated for injuries.
The owner of the apartment complex at University House Apartments could be held liable for negligence for the death of Ian Burns, a UF student who fell to his death from a balcony Saturday.