Wayne Hogan

Practice Areas: Auto Accidents

Takata Recall Increased to 34 Million Vehicles

Takata has announced that it is almost doubling the size of its immense recall for defective airbags. This is the largest auto recall in history. Takata has already recalled 18 million vehicles for faulty airbags. The defective Takata airbags are being attributed to at least five deaths and numerous injuries including vision damage. The airbags […]

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App Disables Texting, but Is It Enough?

Florida Atlantic University professor, Dr. Daniel Raviv has developed a software app that can disable a cellphone from sending and receiving text messages when it’s in a vehicle moving. It only disables the phone is in the driver’s seat, not if it’s carried by a passenger. While stopping drivers from texting is important, it is […]

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Every Case Matters

At Terrell Hogan we fight for justice just as hard whether the case is big or small in the eyes of the insurance company on the other side. While we represent many clients, for each individual client their case is their only case. Since it’s important to them, it’s important to us. Take the case […]

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Ford Recalls Almost One Million Vehicles for Defects

Ford has issued a major recall for the following: 2013-2015 Ford Fusion and Lincoln MKZ; 2015 Ford Edge vehicles for a problem with the steering gear motor that can result in a loss of power steering. This will not result in a total loss of steering capability, and Ford is unaware of any accidents related […]

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BMW is Recalling 91,000 Mini Coopers Over Air Bag Problem

BMW is recalling 91,800 Mini Coopers fix a defective sensor that could prevent the front passenger seat air bag from deploying in a crash. BMW said the recall will start on May 1.  The problem is that the the front passenger seat air bag may not deploy because of a defect in the occupant detection […]

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Wayne Hogan Helps City of Jacksonville Curb Distracted Driving

Backed by safety advocates from around Jacksonville, Mayor Alvin Brown and Terrell Hogan President Wayne Hogan, a distracted driving prevention advocate, announced new actions on Friday to curb distracted driving in Jacksonville. “I commend Mayor Brown and the City of Jacksonville for adopting and implementing a new distracted driving policy to help keep city employees […]

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Distracted Driving Deaths Down, Still Much Work to Do

April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month and the latest numbers from the National Highway Transportation Administration are in: in 2013, 3,154 people died and 424,000 were injured in car crashes nationwide involving distracted driving. This represents a 6.7% decrease in the fatalities from 2012. That’s good news, and a lot of people and organizations have […]

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New Technology Can Wreck Your Car and Your Life

The latest in-dash technology makes it easy for drivers to make hands-free calls, dictate text messages, access the internet and many other functions. While some say that’s convenience, the National Safety Council (NSC) is very concerned. David Teater, senior director at NSC said “The auto industry and the consumer electronics industry are really in an […]

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