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Wayne Hogan Speaks About Historic Tobacco Settlement

Wayne Hogan was honored to be guest speaker at Northeast Florida’s Area Health Education Center’s (AHEC’s) quarterly meeting in St. Johns County. He thanked the group for being on the front lines of helping Floridians quit smoking. The organization provides free smoking cessation classes, counseling and proven nicotine replacement products to smokers statewide.  Florida’s Tobacco Settlement […]

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Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 Recalled Due to Battery Fires and Explosions

Samsung is recalling millions of Galaxy Note 7 smartphone because defective lithium batteries may catch fire or explode.  There have been 35 reported incidents to date from around the world.  Samsung’s recent press release states: “In response to recently reported cases of the new Galaxy Note 7, we conducted a thorough investigation and found a battery cell […]

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Attorney Bruce Anderson Elected to Circuit Court Judge

We’re proud our colleague, Bruce Anderson, will join the Fourth Judicial Circuit Court as a newly-elected judge. “Bruce is an impeccable trial attorney, a highly valued colleague and an asset to our clients. We will miss him,” said Terrell Hogan President, Wayne Hogan. “His depth of experience, and his integrity, professionalism and temperament will be […]

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GM/Mazda/Toyota/Lexus Recalls Week of 8/29/16

Before you think about travel for the upcoming Labor Day Weekend, be sure to check and make sure your vehicle is not included in this list of recalls. General Motors LLC (GM) 367,808 2013 Chevrolet Equinox and GMC Terrain vehicles are being recalled because in the affected vehicles, the ball joints in the windshield wiper […]

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McDonald’s Recalling Step-It After Users are Burned

McDonald’s is recalling 33 million Step-It activity wristbands. The wristbands were given out with Happy Meal. The defective toys were recalled after more than 70 people reported injuries of blisters and skin irritation. The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said it had received more than 70 reports of incidents after people wore the wristbands. McDonald’s is […]

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No More Unsafe Rental Cars on our Roadways

Two years ago I appeared on WJCT’s First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross to alert drivers about rental cars with open recalls and used cars that are sold with open recalls to unsuspecting consumers. I’m pleased to share that I recently returned to First Coast Connect to report that because of the tenacious efforts of a mother’s […]

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Check for Recalls Before You Buy a Used Car

Vehicle recalls are so common consumers are becoming immune to them. Vehicles with exploding airbags, defective transmissions, ineffective seatbelts and keyless ignitions have been in the news lately. In 2015, 51 million vehicles were recalled.  New cars can’t be sold with recalls and you can’t rent a vehicle or buy a rental vehicle with open […]

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Wayne Hogan Continues Commitment: Helping Area Students Prepare for School

Continuing years of commitment to the First Baptist Church of Oakland’s back to school event, “Youth Explosion,” Attorney Wayne Hogan of Terrell Hogan personal injury and wrongful death law firm, ensured that thousands of young people would be equipped for their school year. “From day one, every child should have the tools they need to start […]

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New Car Purchase Turns into a Nightmare for Orange Park Family

Lawsuit charges dealership with misrepresentation and fraud for not revealing car was damaged, in a wreck. There’s nothing like the feeling of driving a new car. One family learned a hard lesson when they discovered the new car they bought was riddled with damage from a wreck that the dealership failed to disclose to them. […]

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Defective Transmission Recall for Jeep Cherokee, Chrysler 200, Jeep Renegade and RAM ProMaster vehicles

Jeep Chrysler is recalling over 400,000 vehicles with automatic transmissions to correct a problem with the software that prevents the transmission from shifting into neutral due to a faulty crimp. The sensors may have deficient or faulty crimps in the transmission wire harness that can cause the transmission to unexpectedly shift to neutral. The recall is […]

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