Life, The Law and Legal Issues is a 30-minute radio talk show. It is a timely discussion of important issues that affect you as a medical and legal consumer. Guests on the show range from writers and authors to environmentalists and government officials covering a wide variety of topics.
Fred Tromberg is a Florida Bar Board Certified Civil Trial Attorney with over 40 years of experience as a lawyer practicing in Jacksonville and Northeast Florida. Specializing in Civil Trial Law, his specialty areas of practice include automobile and truck accidents, medical and hospital mistakes and malpractice, nursing home mistakes and abuse, sexual assaults, inadequate safety, wrongful death, insurance law, professional negligence and complex civil actions, and lender liability.
He is a member of the Civil Trial Board Certification Committee of the Florida Bar and is a former Chairman of Civil Trial Board Certification for the Florida Bar’s Standing Committee.
Mr. Tromberg’s legal career began in 1976 when he was Law Clerk to the United States Attorney in Washington, D.C., during the aftermath of the Watergate trials and appeals.
In 1977 Mr. Tromberg was admitted to the Florida Bar and was appointed as a state prosecutor in Jacksonville and handled a wide variety of criminal prosecutions ranging from DUI, theft and drug offenses to vehicular homicide, murder, DUI-Manslaughter, corruption and sexual battery cases.
In 1979, Mr. Tromberg left the State Attorney’s Office and began working in private practice, initially in the area of insurance defense, representing individuals and companies who were defendants in a wide variety of cases, all of which were civil.
In 1981, Mr. Tromberg started his own firm and began to focus on plaintiff’s practice and has confined his area of legal expertise to civil litigation and trial work in State and Federal court. He tries civil and criminal cases. Mr. Tromberg is AV rated by Martindale-Hubbell and has been recognized as a Florida Super Lawyer by Super Lawyers magazine.
Mr. Tromberg has been a frequent lecturer at the University of North Florida, at the Florida Justice Association as well as on behalf of the Florida Bar. He has also taught the paralegal program at Florida State College at Jacksonville and appeared on numerous television and radio interview shows on topics relating to legal issues.
Mr. Tromberg has also been an Adjunct Professor of Law at Florida Coastal School of Law. He has taught for 14 semesters, including Florida Practice and Procedure and Advanced Trial Advocacy. Mr. Tromberg has also served as Chair of the Grievance Committee of the Florida Bar for the Fourth Judicial Circuit. He has written extensively on medical-legal issues and has been published on numerous occasions.
Bill King, Candidate for Mayor of Houston, Texas
Monday, December 3, 2018
Author of “Unapologetically Moderate: My search for a Rational Center in American Politics”, Bill is a lawyer, businessman, writer, author, and political activist. In this episode, the mid-term elections and post-mid-term lay of the land, both politically and in terms of the bumpy politics within the Beltway and White House will be discussed.
Dr. Robert Gold, Author of “Searching Sing Sing for My Father”
Friday, November 30, 2018
Dr. Gold is a retired professor of history, a writer and author. He has written and lectured extensively on his search for his family roots which revealed that his father had done hard time in Sing Sing as a prisoner. In this episode, Dr. Gold shares about his quest for knowledge and record search about his father and discusses his incredible career as a historian, writer, professor, and author.
Dr. Karen Swallow Prior, Author of “On Reading Well: Finding the Good Life Through Great Books”
Friday, November 23, 2018
An award-winning Professor of English at Liberty University in Lynchburg, Virginia – in her new book, Dr. Prior blends the sheer enjoyment of reading with the virtues of faith, hope and love and a healthy dose of wisdom as she analyzes the immersion we all feel or need to feel when we read a great work of fiction.
Dr. Joseph Stepp, A Physician Specializing in Internal Medicine and Geriatrics
Monday, November 19, 2018
A discussion on the signs and symptoms of hypertension, the causes, and treatment of this condition and the importance of individuals with hypertension seeking medical advice and treatment.
Seth Abramson, Author of “Proof of Collusion: How Trump Betrayed America”
Monday, November 19, 2018
An American professor, author, freelance investigative journalist attorney and poet. Seth pieces together his investigative reporting and connects the dots on the allegations of a Trump-Russia collusion scandal. The book has been positively received as an accounting of the evidence that helps readers reach their own conclusion on the subject of collusion.
Ella Wall Prichard, Author of “Reclaiming Joy: A Primer for Widows”
Friday, November 16, 2018
The President of Prichard Oil Company, Ella was married to her late husband, Lev Prichard for 46 years until he died in 2009. In her book, she shares the difficult lessons learned as a widow ranging from taking the time to mourn, to leaving her comfort zone, seeking professional help and working towards putting the pieces back together.
Michael Berlin, Movie Picks for November Pt 2
Friday, November 12, 2018
A television and movie scriptwriter for decades, Michael has written for TV shows from Miami Vice to Cagney & Lacey, The Commish, Murder She Wrote and more! In addition to talking about November’s Movie picks, he also takes a closer look at war movies since November 11th is Veteran’s Day.
Michael Berlin, Movie Picks for November Pt 1
Friday, November 9, 2018
A television and movie scriptwriter for decades, Michael has written for TV shows from Miami Vice to Cagney & Lacey, The Commish, Murder She Wrote and more!
Lisa King, Midterm Elections
Monday, November 5, 2018
Chair of the Duval County Democratic Party, Lisa is an active community organizer and is particularly interested in politics with experience as a congressional aide for a United States congressman and as a legislative assistant for a committee chair in the state house. She is also the recipient of the Davis Productivity Award by Florida Tax Watch for a cost-saving idea actually implemented by the Florida House of Representatives.
Dr. Vincent Lynch, An Evolutionary Biologist at the University of Chicago
Friday, September 7, 2018
Dr. Lynch is the co-author of a recent paper researching the subject of why elephants get cancer much less frequently than humans or other animals. Scientists have been investigating and have been puzzled over cancer or lack thereof in elephants and other big animals over the course of the last 50 years. He discusses this subject and whether some of the genetic protections of elephants are transferable to humans.