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The Lake City Reporter ran a front-page article about a lawsuit involving the preventable death of Robert Taylor, a Vietnam veteran, who died from lung cancer almost three years ago. Mr. Taylor’s widow has retained our firm to initiate legal action against the federal government as her husband was not told of his lung cancer diagnosis until it […]

Evan’s Hope 75 years ago, ALS struck Yankee great Lou Gehrig, Baseball’s Iron Horse; shocking and dismaying, it still burdens his name. And, now, Evan Yegelwel, our great friend and law partner, is batting against ALS. The disease has stolen his speech and hampers his movement. He knows he won’t hit a homerun against the […]

Wayne Hogan spoke to the Southside Business Men’s Club about the dangers of distracted driving through Terrell Hogan’s For the Workforce program. His message: There’s only one job behind the wheel, getting from Point A to point B safely. He called distracted driving an epidemic that kills more people in the U.S. each year than polio […]

Distracted driving is still treated as a secondary offense by the State of Florida. That means law enforcement can’t pull a driver over for texting unless there is another driving infraction. However, every statistic on distracted driving strongly supports making it a primary offense. If either SB 144 introduced by Senator Rene Garcia and/or HB 47 […]

Throughout history, women have played a major role in our country.  Crafting the American flag, caring for those wounded on the battlefields, organizing on behalf of women’s right to vote, making space flights possible, and embarking into fields that traditionally leaned towards men. The study and practice of law is one such field. Arabella Mansfield of […]

By Matt Sowell and Fadi Chakour Stroke leaves man wheelchair bound When a healthcare provider fails to identify and treat stroke symptoms in a timely manner, the results can be devastating. It is common for a person having a stroke to have slurred speech, babble, or have trouble finding their words. They may also have balance […]

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 […]

Think you may be the victim of a scam? Someone trying to sell you something you don’t want?  You bought it, it doesn’t work; now what?  There are recourses for all of these situations, but many people either don’t know where to go or who to call, or they don’t want to “cause trouble.”  If […]

Fadi Chakour, an attorney and medical doctor, is co-chairing the Stroke Litigation Group of the nation’s largest organization of trial attorneys, the American Association for Justice. He was elected to the position last summer at the American Association for Justice’s annual convention. In his role, Chakour educates lawyers with the latest medical research about stroke […]

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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