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Since its beginning, the Internet has always been an important means of commu­ni­cation. The concept of Net neutrality, also known as Internet Neutrality, Network Neutrality, Internet or Net Equality, or Internet Openness, is the principle “that Internet service providers and governments should treat all data on the internet equally, not discrim­i­nating or charging differ­en­tially by […]

Caveat Emptor– Buyer Beware! Store-brand herbal supplements may not be what their labels claim to be. This is not only deceptive adver­tising, but also a health risk. New York’s Attorney General Eric T. Schnei­derman, has conducted an inves­ti­gation of six different herbal supplements (Gingko Biloba, St. John’s Wort, Valerian Root, Garlic, Echinacea, and Saw Palmetto) sold […]

As lawyers who focus a large part of our practice on repre­senting victims of stroke, we continue to marvel at the wide variety of preventable strokes. Last month an Ohio jury returned an $11 million verdict in favor of a married mother of three who suffered a stroke while pregnant with the family’s fourth child. […]

According to a Washington Post story, the federal government is now making it tougher for nursing homes to score top ratings on a public report card.  That’s because it’s raising the standards on a variety of quality measures it evaluates including increasing the scrutiny of nursing homes’ use of antipsy­chotic drugs to control behavioral problems. […]

This year at the American Association for Justice 2015 Winter Convention, the Injury Board is raising awareness and recruiting new speakers for the “Safe Driving Policy” in conjunction with Joel Feldman and End Distracted Driving (EndDD). Pennsylvania trial lawyer, Joel Feldman, and his wife, Dianne, estab­lished EndDD aimed at changing driving habits to honor the […]

On January 21, 2015, Wayne Hogan of Terrell Hogan again sponsored Jacksonville Area Legal Aid’s Equal Justice Event. Terrell Hogan attorneys Bruce Anderson, Leslie Scott Jean-Bart and Leslie A. Goller joined Hogan that night. Hogan, the 1999 Equal Justice Award Honoree, introduced and, along with Steve Fahlgren, JALA Board President and now newly-appointed circuit court […]

More than twenty years ago, Congress passed the Telephone Consumer Protection Act (TCPA) to protect consumers from receiving annoying, disrupting, and privacy invading robocalls to your cell phone without your consent. The American Bankers Association, the American Collectors Association, Consumer Bankers Association, and other industry groups are pushing the Federal Commu­ni­cations Commission (FCC) to gut […]

As improbable as this headline sounds, strokes can be caused by riding a roller coaster. Although this phenomenon has been previously reported, the case of the four year-old who suffered a stroke after riding two roller coasters at an amusement park was recently published in the Journal of Pediatric Neurology. According to articles about the […]

By Christopher G. Burns The Florida Department of Trans­portation and the Public Works departments of Florida counties and cities have failed to take advantage of an excellent roadway traffic sign meant to improve bicycle safety. More expansive utilization of this sign needs to occur. In 2011, the Florida Department of Trans­portation adopted a newly designed traffic […]

The use of antipsy­chotic drugs in nursing homes is widespread. In 2010, CMS estimated that 39% of nursing home residents who had cognitive impairments and behavioral problems but no diagnosis of psychosis or related conditions received antipsy­chotic drugs. A smaller but significant percentage, approx­i­mately 15% of residents without cognitive impairments or behavior problems still received […]

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