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Terrell Hogan Donates to Florida Urgent Rescue (F.U.R.) This Holiday Season

This holiday season Terrell Hogan supported Florida Urgent Rescue.  Jenna Matejcek, our asbestos department’s legal assistant, has been a volunteer FUR foster parent for years and has fostered over 25 dogs with FUR including pregnant mamas and major medical cases. FUR’s mission is to rescue animals in kill shelters and other urgent situations.  In their […]

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Be Wary of Counterfeit Toys Online

Trying to find the perfect toys for your little ones for the holidays without breaking the bank can be stressful business. This explains why many parents plan to do their Christmas shopping online. However, research from PlaySafe.Org also indicates that approximately a third of parents who shop on the web don’t know that counterfeit toys […]

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Evan’s Hope – Tenacity at Its Best

I think this is one of those times when perseverance for a friend is appropriate.  ALS struck Yankee great Lou Gehrig, Baseball’s Iron Horse; shocking and dismaying, it still burdens his name. And, now, over 80 years later, Evan Yegelwel, our great friend, and our law partner, is batting against ALS. The disease has stolen […]

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E-Skimming Happens Year Round, Not Just During the Holidays

E-skimming happens when a thief inserts malicious information-stealing software into a retailer’s website. While you are checking out online with your credit or debit card, your payment information is being stolen from the shopping cart in real-time. The thief/hacker can then use your card to make purchases or can sell your information on the dark […]

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1.4 Million More Vehicles Recalled for Defective Takata Airbags

Older vehicles with defective Takata Airbags from Acura, Audi, BMW, Honda, Mitsubishi and Toyota are included in the recall. The latest recall includes the following vehicles: BMW said that it is recalling over 116,000 vehicles from the 1999 through 2001 model years, including certain 1999-2001 323i, 325i, 328i, and 330i and 2000-2001 323Ci, 325Ci, 328Ci, […]

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Vox Reports: Delta Flight Attendants Report Getting Sick from New Uniforms

Vox.com reported in July that more flight attendants complained they were getting sick from their new Passport Plum uniforms. They filed a lawsuit against Lands’ End, the manufacturer of the uniforms, in May. According to the article, employees reported migraines, vomiting and shortness of breath. I represent 463+ Delta employees who say their new uniforms […]

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Avoiding Trouble in Toyland

As we enter the holiday season, and thoughts of finding the perfect toys for the kids you love may be top of mind, we remind gift givers to make toy safety an important part of their buying decision. Unsafe Toys That’s because one child is treated every three minutes in an American emergency room for […]

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Attorney Wayne Hogan, NAACP Life Member, Serves As Speaker Sponsor For Annual NAACP Jacksonville Branch’s Freedom Fund Dinner

Hillary O. Shelton, Director-NAACP Washington Bureau, shared a message of continued work to do for civil rights and the power of focusing on voter registration for strong turnout during the 2020 elections.  Mr. Shelton was introduced by Attorney Hogan’s law partner, Attorney Leslie Jean Bart, of The Terrell Hogan Personal Injury and Wrongful Death Law […]

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Walk Like MADD

Terrell Hogan’s Distracted Driving efforts that align with MADD’s programs and we were honored to participate in this important event. Helen Keller said, “Alone we can do so little; together we can do so much.”  Of course, fewer can take part when Walk Like MADD unavoidably falls on Florida/Georgia weekend, and that was true of […]

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Anita Clark in her Fourth Boston Marathon

Anita Clark has been with Terrell Hogan for almost 30 years starting in 1990 and has continuously represented victims of asbestos exposure for the entire time.  While practicing law every day, she manages to squeeze in training for her athletic interests.  She is an accomplished athlete.  And what’s more, most of the athletic accolades have […]

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