Wayne Hogan

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New Laws Proposed to Regulate Big Truck Speed for Safety

Two U.S. senators have introduced a bill that would electronically limit tractor-trailer speeds to 65 miles per hour by requiring Automatic Emergency Braking (AEB) technology become standard features on motor carriers including large trucks. The bill would also move to make sure that the minimum insurance requirements for motor carriers are regularly adjusted to the inflation […]

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Important New Developments in Opioid Litigation

The Opioid epidemic is upon us and Terrell Hogan is helping find solutions. Nearly 48,000 Americans died of opioid overdoses in 2017 alone, roughly the number of Americans who died in Vietnam, Iraq, and Afghanistan combined. Drug overdoses are now the leading cause of death for Americans under the age of 50, and 134 Americans […]

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Criminal Probe into the use of Asbestos in Baby Talcum Powder

The Terrell Hogan team of Anita Clark and Alan Pickert  have been successfully handling asbestos mesothelioma and lung cancer cases for almost 30 years for victims.  They have personally handled thousands of claims for victims  who have been harmed by asbestos whether at work or at home.   Several years ago, they sounded the alarm of […]

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Thank You! 10,000 Have Heard our Distracted Driving Message, but That’s Not Enough

In 2011, I met fellow personal injury and wrongful death attorney, Joel Feldman, and learned about EndDD.org.  Joel and his wife Dianne created it in memory of their daughter, Casey, who died when hit by a distracted driver. Soon we began giving EndDD presentations to students and, because there are more adult distracted drivers than […]

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Roundup in Your Cheerios?

Our firm has filed suit against the Monsanto Company, the manufacturer of Roundup, alleging the popular weed killer causes cancer. It is becoming widely known that Roundup’s active ingredient, glyphosate, causes cancer. Glyphosate in Food Monsanto continues to take the position that glyphosate is safe and does not cause cancer in humans, but scientific studies […]

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FDA Recalling JoJo Siwa’s Makeup from Claires for Asbestos

JoJo Siwa’s popular makeup line sold at Claire’s is being recalled by the FDA because it contains asbestos. The makeup kit contains eye shadow, lip gloss and nail polish was determined to be dangerous and said consumers should stop using the products immediately. FDA’s Full Recall: Beauty Plus and Claire’s cosmetic products recalled after testing […]

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Terrell Hogan Representing Multiple Delta Flight Attendants Claiming “Toxic” Uniforms Making Them Sick

Multiple Delta Air Lines Inc. flight attendants have sought legal representation from Terrell Hogan for claims against Lands’ End alleging the new “Passport Plum” uniforms it manufactured are “toxic” and making them sick. Uniforms are Unsafe Unveiled in May 2018, the purple uniforms – because of the chemical additives and finishes – were supposed to […]

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Auto Accidents Happen Every Day – Helpful Information if It Happens to You

Most accidents are minor, or at least they may seem minor at first.  Post-accident, adrenaline is high and one may not experience the immediate onset of symptoms as the property damage is being assessed, insurance companies are being notified and the investigating officer is taking statements and assessing who is at-fault for the accident. When an accident […]

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Roundup Lawsuit: Widow Sues for Husband’s Wrongful Death

Recently, I filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the Monsanto Company, the manufacturer of Roundup, alleging Joseph Rogers, Sr. died from non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma caused by the popular weedkiller. At issue: whether Mr. Rogers’ exposure to glyphosate—the active ingredient in Roundup—caused cancer. Action News Jax report: Jacksonville widow suing Roundup manufacturer After decades of spraying Roundup […]

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Distracted Driving: New Law Discussed on First Coast Connect

Until now texting while driving in Florida has been illegal, but that was hard to enforce. The Florida Legislature decided to help law enforcement officers prevent highway injuries and deaths caused by drivers using cell phones. I discussed the new law with Melissa Ross on First Coast Connect. What the New Anti-Texting Law Means The […]

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