Wayne Hogan

Practice Areas: Consumer Law

Are you taking Nizatidine or Ranitidine?

These medications may contain unacceptable levels of NDMA. Exposure to this compound can increase cancer risk as well as organ and bone marrow damage, tumors, and gene mutation. Last year the FDA posted recalls for these heartburn and stomach ulcer drugs due to NDMA contamination. In 2018 a blood pressure medication was recalled for over […]

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Terrell • Hogan Lawyers Honored To Help Veterans

The Terrell ⦁ Hogan personal injury and wrongful death law firm has been successfully representing veterans for over 40 years including in numerous cases of mesothelioma and asbestos lung cancer caused by exposure in serving our country between the years of 1940-1980. For the 6th year, the lawyers of Terrell ⦁ Hogan have volunteered their […]

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Consumer Tip: Write the Full Year “2020”

Starting this year, make sure that you write all numbers when you write the year 2020. Don’t abbreviate by writing the year as only “/20”,  i.e. 1/1/20. Why does this matter? If you use the abbreviated form, the date can be altered by merely adding 2 numbers after the 20 to change the year – i.e. […]

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E-Skimming Happens Year Round, Not Just During the Holidays

E-skimming happens when a thief inserts malicious information-stealing software into a retailer’s website. While you are checking out online with your credit or debit card, your payment information is being stolen from the shopping cart in real-time. The thief/hacker can then use your card to make purchases or can sell your information on the dark […]

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Wayne Hogan Receives S. Victor Tipton Award for Legal Writing

The Florida Justice Association (FJA) presented Wayne Hogan, president of Terrell Hogan, with the S. Victor Tipton Award for excellence in legal writing during the Masters of Justice Conference in Orlando. The award honors S. Victor Tipton, founder and editor of the Florida Justice Journal. Created 30 years ago, the award recognizes attorneys whose superior achievement in […]

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Study Finds 11 of 12 Families Test Positive for Glyphosate

A Center for Environmental Health study found 11 out of the 12 families it tested for glyphosate tested positive for the herbicide. Glyphosate is the main ingredient in the popular weed killer Roundup. The study found in 10 of the families, children had higher glyphosate levels than their parents. One child had 100 times more […]

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$700 Million Equifax Settlement: How Does It Affect Me?

The recently announced $700 million settlement by Equifax with the United States government includes payment of up to $425 million to consumers who were affected by the 2017 data breach.  Affected consumers may be eligible for up to $20,000.00 in reimbursements for losses from unauthorized charges to affected accounts, legal and other fees, credit-monitoring or […]

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National Consumer Protection Week

This week the Federal Trade Commission is celebrating National Consumer protection week. As a consumer protection lawyer, I want to help ensure that everyone is treated equally by companies and to make sure consumers are protected against fraud and scams. My goal as a consumer protection advocate is to help fight for your rights and […]

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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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U.S. Supreme Court Sides With Workers on Mandatory Arbitration

Last week, the U.S. Supreme Court ruled that independent contractors working in transportation cannot be forced into mandatory arbitration, according to a story appearing on Slate. The decision represents an incredible win for labor. It means hundreds of thousands of contractors may pursue their rights in a court of law, instead of arbitration. Arbitration Clauses […]

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