Wayne Hogan

Practice Areas: Mesothelioma/Asbestos

Asbestos in Schools

Considering the fact that in 1971 Occupational Safety and Health Administration began regulating asbestos and exposure because it contains tiny fibers that can cause lung disease, cancer or mesothelioma if they are swallowed or inhaled, it is hard to understand how people are still dying from disease linked to asbestos. Yet a recent article in the […]

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Just Say No to Asbestos

The Trump Administration’s Environmental Protection Agency has lost its way. The environmental protection the agency is supposed to provide is in question. In June the EPA enacted a Significant New Use Rule (or SNUR) allowing manufacturers of new products with asbestos to get approval from the federal government on a case-by-case basis. An article in the New […]

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Asbestos and Talcum Powder Lawsuits

It has come to light in the last several years that talcum powder use can cause cancer because of asbestos contamination. Women developed ovarian cancer and people who have mesothelioma cancer after talcum powder/asbestos exposure are continuing to file lawsuits. Juries have awarded millions to people who against talc manufacturers after suits were filed asserting […]

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We Are All Working for You!

Our firm recently celebrated Wayne Hogan receiving the American Association for Justice 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. Our firm is like family and what matters at Terrell Hogan is that everyone here shares a passion for the mission to represent our clients as they seek justice. At Terrell, Hogan we’re surrounded by many of the brightest […]

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Alan Pickert is the 2017 Lawyer of the Year

Despite his humility and protestations that he doesn’t deserve such a prestigious honor, Alan Pickert, a longtime partner at Terrell Hogan, was just awarded the Lawyer of the Year by the Jacksonville Bar Association and Daily Record. The JBA had over 2200 lawyers to choose from for this honor and they awarded it to Alan due […]

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Possible New Drug to Help Mesothelioma and Asbestos Victims

A study of 300 individuals suffering from asbestos mesothelioma have shown promise using the drug, nivolumab which has already been effective for treating melanoma and kidney disease. By blocking a protein called PD-1 on the surface of T-cells, immune system cells can be activated to hunt down and kill cancer cells. Although it is way too early […]

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Our Asbestos Team Is Still Fighting for Injured Asbestos Victims

Our Asbestos Team comprised of senior partners Anita Pryor and Alan Pickert are often asked if there are still people who are injured from asbestos or is this something that went away decades ago.  Sadly,  they will tell you that after 27 years of both doing asbestos cases, they still have a full caseload today of […]

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Asbestos: Still Causing Cancer Today in Florida and Nationwide

Terrell Hogan has successfully been representing individuals and their families who have asbestos related cancer for thirty years now. However, as the recent article points out, despite our best efforts to educate legislators and congress about the hazards of asbestos, the United States still imports a tremendous amount of asbestos every year. Alan Pickert and […]

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Newsweek Magazine Names Anita Pryor and Alan Pickert Asbestos Leaders

Terrell Hogan has been representing asbestos victims for over thirty five years with great success. Recently, that success was recognized by Newsweek Magazine. Specifically, Newsweek named Anita Pryor and Alan Pickert as one of the Asbestos Leaders in the nation. Newsweek only chose twenty lawyers for such a high honor and distinguishment. Anita and Alan […]

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Retroactive Section of Florida Asbestos Act Ruled Unconstitutional

One of the greatest miscarriages of Florida justice in the past twenty years was when the Florida legislature in 2005 granted the asbestos manufacturers greatest desire and passed the Florida Asbestos and Silica Act.  Despite strong efforts by Anita Pryor and Alan Pickert of Terrell Hogan to preserve the rights and access to court for those Floridians who were injured due […]

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