Mr. Aronovitz is a nationally recognized trial lawyer specializing in consumer class action cases, qui tam/whistleblower cases, catastrophic injury and wrongful death cases serving clients in Florida and throughout the United States. He, and his dedicated associates concentrate exclusively on complex civil jury trial matters. Over the past forty (40) years, his cases have been recognized nationally, he has lectured for The Florida Bar and law schools, and has authored publications on the subject of trial preparation, trial strategy, jury trial techniques, consumer class action issues, and complex personal injury law issues in Florida. He is recognized in Florida as a leading consumer advocate obtaining significant jury verdicts in complex personal injury litigation and important consumer class action cases. He has handled cases for his clients which have set legal precedents in the State of Florida including consumer class action issues, and privacy rights, as well as False Claims Act, premises liability, defective product cases, and aviation negligence. ARONOVITZ LAW case results have been reported in the Wall Street Journal, New York Times, Miami Herald, St. Petersburg Times, Ft. Lauderdale Sun Sentinel, Chicago Tribune, NBC Today Show, CBS Nightly News, CNN, MSNBC, and Bloomberg’s Business News.
For three generations, the Aronovitz name has been at the forefront of the legal profession in Florida. ARONOVITZ LAW was founded by Tod Aronovitz in 1988. Today, the law firm of ARONOVITZ LAW proudly continues that tradition while enjoying a national reputation for excellence in its field.
As President of The Florida Bar, Aronovitz served the state’s citizens and legal community through his impassioned leadership and dedication. His “Dignity in Law” Program improved public education and perception of lawyers and remains a part of the Bar’s communications efforts.
Admission Dates & Jurisdictions
Admitted to: The Florida Bar, 1974; U.S. District Courts (Southern, Middle & Northern Districts), 1976; U.S. Court of Appeals Eleventh Circuit, 1976.
University of Georgia, A.B. ’71; University of Miami School of Law, J.D. ’74;