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Fake Car Seats Are Not Fake News

A terrifying scam has been discovered that could take the life of a child. Hospital officials recently found two counterfeit car seats during one of their safety programs. Their car seat technician discovered a fake car seat during a routine car seat check as a mother and her newborn were being discharged from the hospital. […]

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Is Your Lyft or Uber Vehicle Under a Recall?

According to CarFax, in 2018 there were 57 million vehicles on the road with open safety recalls. That equates to one in five cars in the U.S. If you travel using ride-sharing from Uber or Lyft, you may be riding in one of those recalled vehicles. Your driver may be safe, but their car may not […]

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Opioid Marketing Linked to Opioid Deaths

Nearly 48,000 people died from opioid overdoses in 2017 alone. That accounts for approximately 68% of all deaths due to overdose. A new study published in the JAMA Network Open directly links opioid marketing to the potential increase in prescription opioid deaths. The more money that was spent to market opioids to doctors, the more […]

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Wrongful Death Action in Puerto Rico – Evidence Missing But Case Pursued

Establishing liability was extremely difficult. There were no witnesses and no video of the fatal fall, and the swing set that caused it was gone. The case was in Puerto Rico. Here, at Terrell Hogan Yegelwel, we needed co-counsel there to help the victim’s daughter. After a diligent search, we identified Doris Quinones-Tridas as the […]

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Used Car Fraud: Rolled Back Odometer

Cars with lower mileage are worth more, thus the incentive for fraud to occur.  Now that cars have digital odometers, odometer fraud is much greater because it is much easier. It no longer occurs mechanically. Instead, a digital odometer can be rolled back in just seconds by using a small electronic device available on the […]

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Blue Water Sailors Exposure to Agent Orange

As a retired U.S. Navy veteran who served on board a naval ship plying the waters off the coast of Vietnam during the Vietnam Conflict under “Operation Market Time,” I recommended Terrell Hogan republish this article because this news article may be of interest and beneficial to those Blue Water veterans who may have been […]

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J&J Settles Hip Implant Claims For $120 Million

DePuy Orthopaedics and Johnson & Johnson have agreed to pay $120 million to settle claims of deceptive marketing for the defective metal-on-metal hip implants. Forty-six attorneys general announced the settlement. It was alleged that DePuy engaged in unfair and deceptive practices in the marketing of the ASR XL and Pinnacle Ultamet hip implants. J&J, U.S. […]

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Distracted Driving Awareness Campaign for the Workforce

Distracted driving is a national epidemic. It’s become  more widespread than the flu. We are working to get the word out through the Terrell Hogan Distracted Driving Awareness Campaign for the Workforce.  Our hope is to end the dangers of distracted driving in Northeast Florida work places and help make our roadways safer. The Workforce Campaign […]

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Incretin Mimetic Drugs for Type 2 Diabetes Linked to Pancreatitis

There is evidence that incretin mimetic drugs for Type 2 Diabetes may lead to pancreatitis. In fact, in 2014, the FDA required this fact to be stated on warning labels. A study has shown that chronic pancreatitis increases the risk of pancreatic cancer by nearly eight times. What Are Incretin Mimetic Drugs? Incretin mimetics are […]

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