Articles

Terrell Hogan Takes a Thorough Approach to Investigating Truck Crashes

Florida’s tremendous growth in population and commerce has led to a significant increase in commercial traffic on our roadways, leading to a higher risk of truck accidents and crashes with other commercial vehicles. When truck drivers fail to operate their rigs safely and don’t follow regulations and safety rules, it can result in people getting injured, maimed […]

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Daily Record Article: Whistleblowers Key to Combatting Government Fraud

Terrell Hogan attorney and former federal and state prosecutor, Bradley Bodiford, wrote this Daily Record article, Whistleblowers can save us, about the vital role whistleblowers have in uncovering government fraud, especially during the coronavirus pandemic. The article delves into how the unprecedented $5 trillion approved in recent federal stimulus packages has attracted shady operators seeking […]

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Foster Care Siblings Find Forever Home

Alan Pickert advocated for siblings who were adopted. By serving as guardian ad litem to two siblings in foster care, Terrell Hogan partner, Alan Pickert, was thrilled to be part of a team that culminated with the brother and sister’s adoption into a loving family. Nine-year-old Cylie and her two-year-old brother, Cayden, were neglected by […]

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350,000 Ring Doorbells Recalled for Fire Hazard

Amazon’s Ring is recalling roughly 350,000 doorbells due to multiple reports of injuries and property damage after the doorbells overheated and caught fire. Eight people have suffered minor burns and 85 people have had property damages. The doorbell overheats due incorrect screws being used for installation. It is a second generation Ring doorbell with a […]

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Virtual Distracted Driving Presentations

Dear Community Partner, Even though texting and driving is both deadly and against the law, some people still risk it. Distracted Driving is another epidemic we’re facing! In early 2020, not one but two mobile device related use while driving laws became effective. They both enable primary stops by law enforcement for violation. One of […]

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To-Do’s to Check Off When We Fall Back

When Daylight Saving Time ends on Sunday, November 1, it’s a good time to take care of twice-a-year home maintenance tasks. After you change your clocks, use the extra hour on Sunday to check off a few to-dos:

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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, a Medline national survey found. Wrong-site surgeries happen up to 40 times a week in the U.S., according to the […]

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