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NHTSA Releases a List of All Vehicles Affected by Takata Air Bag Recalls

NHTSA has released the full list of vehicles (by model year, make and model) affected by the Takata airbag recall. Consumers can also use the vehicle identification number look-up tool  at its Safercar.gov website or you can go directly to your vehicle manufacturer’s website see if a vehicle is included in the defective airbag recall.  To […]

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Matthew Sowell Earns Board Certification

Terrell Hogan attorney Matthew Sowell recently earned board certification in civil trial law from The Florida Bar. Less than 2 percent of Florida lawyers are board certified in civil trial. According to The Florida Bar, board certification recognizes attorneys’ special knowledge, skills and proficiency in various areas of law and professionalism and ethics in practice. […]

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HOSPITAL ADVERTISEMENTS: Valuable information or deceptive advertising?

Hospitals today bombard their media markets with announcements of its accreditations, awards, and honors. This reflects the economic reality that hospitals, like any other business, have to compete for their customers.  Some of these awards are legitimate, while others are pure sales fluff.  There are so many awards that even the most knowledgeable healthcare consumer […]

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Top 8 Videos That Prove: One Text Or Call Can Wreck It All

Distracted driving is an epidemic that steals lives. The dangers of texting and driving are well documented, but talking on the phone – even with hands-free  devices – is an insidious danger that many assume is safe. However, you could lose your life or take someone else’s if your brain is miles away on a call. […]

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The Elbow District

Terrell Hogan is located in the on the 8th floor of the Blackstone building in the heart of the Elbow District of downtown Jacksonville. The Elbow is a collection of office buildings, bars, event spaces, restaurants, art galleries, shops and clubs centered at the intersection of Ocean and Bay Streets, in the heart of Downtown […]

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College Students Learn about the Law through FSU’s Summer for Undergraduates Program

This summer, 60 students from 32 different colleges throughout the country convened in Tallahassee to “experience law” at Florida State University College of Law as part of the Summer for Undergraduates Program. The Summer Program, now in its 23rd year, is a unique initiative that gives undergraduate students, particularly those groups underrepresented in the legal […]

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Justin Silver Receives W. Douglas Hartley Scholarship

Justin Silver, a St. Augustine High School senior and aspiring chemist, is the 2015 recipient of the W. Douglas Hartley Scholarship. The announcement was made during a special awards ceremony for St. Augustine High School seniors. Justin will attend Florida State University this fall, where he’ll pursue a degree in the field of chemistry. The […]

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22nd Annual School Crossing Guard Luncheon

Once again, zero crossing guards or students were injured during the 2014-2015 school year. The Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office’s 22nd Annual School Crossing Guard and Volunteer Appreciation Luncheon was held on May 27, 2015, to let these unsung heroes know how much they are appreciated.  Hundreds of crossing guards and many JSO officers attended the luncheon.  […]

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Avoiding Wrong-Site Surgery

Wrong-site surgeries include surgery on the wrong side or site of the body, on the wrong patient and/or performing the wrong surgery. It’s the No. 1 safety concern for 65 percent of operating room nurses (Medline national survey). It happens up to 40 times a week in the U.S. (Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare). […]

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