Wayne Hogan

Practice Areas: Defective Products

Samsung’s Fine Print Could Stop Consumer from Suing for Leg Burns

CBS News reports that a 19-year-old Illinois man may not be able to sue Samsung for damages after his Galaxy Note 7 exploded, caught fire and severely burned his legs. It happened when the phone was plugged in while he was sleeping. Due to incidents like this and airlines banning Galaxy Note 7 phones on flights […]

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576,921 Audi Vehicles Recalled

Volkswagen is recalling over 576,000 Audis for two dangerous defects. Links to the full NHTSA recall report are below. Recalled Vehicles 342,867 – 2013-2017 Audi A5, A5 Cabriolet and Q5 SUVs – the electric coolant pump may get blocked with debris which can cause the pump to overheat and cause a fire. 234,054 – 2011-2017 […]

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More Recalls for Vehicles with Defective Air Bags

More vehicles have been added. Click on the links below to see if your vehicle is under recall. NHTSA Recall ID Number : 16V939 Manufacturer : Nissan North America, Inc. Make / Model Years : INFINITI / 2017 Subject : Possible Passenger Airbag Non-Deployment/FMVSS 208 NHTSA Recall ID Number : 17V004 Manufacturer : Karma Automotive […]

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Drug Infusion Pumps Recalled

The FDA is warning people using drug infusion pumps implanted in their bodies of the danger of and their pump failing while having a Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI), causing 1) potentially lethal medication dosing inaccuracies, such as over-infusion or under-infusion, or unintended bolus of medication and 2)  other mechanical problems with the pump, such as […]

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Defective and Deadly Takata Airbags – Millions More Recalled

The Takata air bag recall is nowhere near being over and chances are it will go on for years to come. More vehicles have been added to the already massive recall of faulty airbags made by Takata. Seventeen automakers have recalled close to 68 million vehicles with defective airbags with close to 63 million in […]

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Millions of Remington Rifle Defective Triggers Could Fire on Their Own

A recent settlement with Remington regarding 7.5 million and 13 different models of rifles to replace defective triggers has become confusing for consumers. A website has been set up to provide information to consumers about the settlement and what led up to it.  Until final court approval, aspects could be subject to change. How do I Know […]

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Seeking Justice and Protecting Consumers

At Terrell Hogan, we are committed to representing people who have been injured and need someone to stand up for them, to speak for them. We help them seek justice and hold accountable those whose negligence and wrongdoing disrupted their lives back, often causing devastating harm. Trial attorneys stand up to big corporations and hold […]

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Watch Out for Counterfeit Toys

It’s a given that during this time of year many of us will be shopping for toys. Some of the most popular are difficult to find, but, when you locate a child’s dream toy, be sure to check that it’s not a dangerous fake.  If it’s very popular, count on someone trying to counterfeit it. […]

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Is Your Uber, Lyft or Taxi Under Recall?

While the word “Uber” is associated with getting home safely, a concern has come to light that Uber, Lyft and taxis may ignore or put off getting defects fixed after safety recalls. A recent study by Cars.com found that you have a 40% chance when taking a taxi that the vehicle you are riding in […]

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FDA Issues Medical Device Reporting for Manufacturers

The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) released its guidance  for manufacturers of medical devices for reporting injuries and deaths, as well as other problems associated with medical devices. The goal is to help detect and correct problems quickly as required by the Federal Food, Drug, and Cosmetic Act (FD&C Act). Dr. Jeffrey Shuren, head of the […]

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