Wayne Hogan

Practice Areas: Auto Accidents

Nissan recalling 625,000 Altimas

Nissan is recalling 625,000 Altima mid-size sedans for faulty hood latches – the third time the automaker has dealt with problem latches. This latest recall brings the total number of Nissans and Infinitis recalled for hood latch problems to nearly 1.1 million. The Altimas may have secondary latches that don’t hold properly. If the latch […]

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Chrysler Recalls Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos For Fuel Pump Issues

Chrysler is recalling nearly 338,216 Jeep Grand Cherokees and Dodge Durangos for fuel pump issues that could lead to a vehicle stall. Chrysler said that a condition in a 2014 investigation may now extend to later model vehicles. The issue centers on a pattern of repairs to fuel-pump relays that are susceptible to deformation, and […]

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End Distracted Driving

This year at the American Association for Justice 2015 Winter Convention, the Injury Board is raising awareness and recruiting new speakers for the “Safe Driving Policy” in conjunction with Joel Feldman and End Distracted Driving (EndDD). Pennsylvania trial lawyer, Joel Feldman, and his wife, Dianne, established EndDD aimed at changing driving habits to honor the […]

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176,749 Jeep Cherokees Recalled for Unintended Air Bag Deployment

Chrysler is recalling 2014 and 2015 Jeep Cherokees because the curtain and seat air bags could deploy while the vehicle is in motion, causing a crash. According to Chrysler, the “vehicles can achieve vehicle angles during off-road driving events which may exceed the Occupant Restraint Control (ORC) module rollover calibration thresholds,” which means that the […]

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Jaguar and Land Rover Recalling 104,000 Vehicles

Over 104,000 vehicles are being recalled by Jaguar and Land Rover.  The largest recall of involves 74,648 Range Rovers because one or both front brake hoses could rupture, causing the loss of braking fluid. 24,679 Range Rovers and Range Rover Sports are being recalled due to a brake vacuum hose that might have been routed […]

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Action News Investigates: Selling Used Cars with Unfixed Recalls

It’s a topic I’ve written and been interviewed about: a loophole in state law that allows used car dealers in Florida to knowingly sell cars without fixing recalls or telling buyers about them. Selling used, defective cars and trucks can result in wrongful deaths and personal injuries. We need to take every opportunity to warn […]

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More than Two Million Air Bags Recalled for New Problem

Certain Toyota, Chrysler and Honda vehicles are being recalled for a second time for faulty airbags that may deploy unexpectedly. According to the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), the new recalls include some Acura MDX, Dodge Viper, Jeep Liberty, Jeep Grand Cherokee, Honda Odyssey, Pontiac Vibe and Toyota Corolla, Avalon and Matrix vehicles model […]

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Nissan Recalling Over 630,000 Vehicles for Serious Defects

Nissan is recalling over 468,000 2008-2013 Rogue SUVs for a possible leak in the driver’s side door that could allow water to get in and damage a wiring harness. For the NHTSA recall link, click here. Nissan is also recalling over 170,000 2013-2014 Pathfinders, 2013 Infiniti JX35s, and 2014 Infiniti QX60s for a problem with […]

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Florida’s Emergency Contact Information System

Florida’s Emergency Contact Infor­mation. This service will allow you to provide emergency contact information to law enforcement in the event of an emergency. This infor­mation may save crucial time if ever it becomes necessary to contact family members, or other loved ones. This service is only available to individuals holding a current Florida Driver License […]

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Honda Has Been Fined $70 Million for Not Reporting Deaths and Injuries

Honda has agreed to pay a record $70 million fine for failing to report over 1,700 deaths and injuries to consumers in its vehicles. Federal officials made clear that “The announcement sends a very clear message to the entire industry that manufacturers have responsibility for the complete and timely reporting of this critical safety information. […]

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