Wayne Hogan

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Wayne Hogan Receives S. Victor Tipton Award for Legal Writing

The Florida Justice Association (FJA) presented Wayne Hogan, president of Terrell Hogan, with the S. Victor Tipton Award for excellence in legal writing during the Masters of Justice Conference in Orlando. The award honors S. Victor Tipton, founder and editor of the Florida Justice Journal. Created 30 years ago, the award recognizes attorneys whose superior achievement in […]

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Study Finds 11 of 12 Families Test Positive for Glyphosate

A Center for Environmental Health study found 11 out of the 12 families it tested for glyphosate tested positive for the herbicide. Glyphosate is the main ingredient in the popular weed killer Roundup. The study found in 10 of the families, children had higher glyphosate levels than their parents. One child had 100 times more […]

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Roundup Lawsuits Growing

I have filed six Roundup lawsuits against Monsanto, the manufacturer of the world’s most popular weed killer, alleging it caused my clients’ Non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma. All of them used Roundup to kill weeds in their yards over a period ranging from 10-40 years. My clients live with this non-curable cancer and the fear that it might […]

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Parking Lot Accident Victim Receives $115,000 Settlement

Firm founder Jim Terrell and I were successful in an automobile/pedestrian parking lot accident case, obtaining a $115,000 settlement for our client’s injuries. As our 70-year-old client was walking to her car, she was was struck and knocked down by a distracted driver, who was looking at the wallet he dropped. Our client sustained a fractured […]

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Opioid Distributor’s Attorney States: No Obligation to the Public

Big Pharma is facing 2,000 lawsuits from state, local and tribal governments for its role in fueling America’s opioid epidemic which claimed nearly 48,000 lives in 2017 alone. According to an Associated Press story, an attorney for Cardinal Health, one of the country’s largest drug distribution companies, stated under questioning that  “the business has no obligation […]

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Were You Affected By The Capital One Credit Card Breach?

Capital One has disclosed that a data breach was identified earlier this month affected approximately 100 million individuals in the United States and 6 million in Canada. The largest category of exposed data was information on consumers and small businesses at the time they applied for Capital One credit card products from 2005 to early […]

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Allergan Recalls Textured Implants Linked to Lymphoma

Allergan announced a worldwide recall of its Biocell textured breast implants and tissue expanders that are linked to a rare form of cancer, anaplastic large cell lymphoma, according to NPR. The U.S Food & Drug Administration requested the recall following new information showing Allergan’s Biocell breast implants comprised a disproportionate share of the rare lymphoma cases. […]

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Elevator Dangers

Most people don’t have an elevator in their home, but the death of a toddler brought the dangers of home elevators to light. In homes with an elevator extra thought and care is need to make sure children in the home are safe. Many children have been killed after getting trapped between the doors of […]

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$700 Million Equifax Settlement: How Does It Affect Me?

The recently announced $700 million settlement by Equifax with the United States government includes payment of up to $425 million to consumers who were affected by the 2017 data breach.  Affected consumers may be eligible for up to $20,000.00 in reimbursements for losses from unauthorized charges to affected accounts, legal and other fees, credit-monitoring or […]

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EPA Action Protects Industry Not Our Children

On Thursday, July 18, 2019, the Environmental Protection Agency (“EPA”) took a major step backwards in the regulation of toxic chemicals. The EPA order constitutes final agency action that it would not ban the widely used insecticide Chlorpyrifos despite EPA’s own experts having linked it to serious health problems in children (neurodevelopmental effects).  In multiple epidemiological studies, Chlorpyrifos […]

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