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A two-year delay on a provision included in the recently enacted Bipartisan Budget Act of 2013 (BBA) that was harmful to Medicaid plaintiffs has been obtained. The harmful BBA provision is contained in Section 202 and would overturn a unanimously-decided 2006 Supreme Court case, Arkansas Department of Health and Human Services v. Ahlborn, which held […]

The National Highway Traffic Safety Admin­is­tration (“NHTSA”) announced its new rule that by May 1, 2018, all new motor vehicles, including buses and trucks, weighing less than 10,000 pounds must have rear visibility technology that expands the driver’s field of view, backup cameras. The purpose of this new rule is safety enhancement, intended to significantly […]

Yes, it’s April 1st, but distracted driving is nothing to fool around about. This is the first day of Distracted Driving Awareness month. Our goal at Terrell Hogan is to educate the driving public on the life-threatening dangers. For over 40 years I have been committed to helping people who have suffered personal injury, so […]

Angelo Patacca was recently a guest on WJCT’s First Coast Connect with Melissa Ross to discuss motorcycle safety for Bike Week in Daytona As a motor­cyclist and Florida motorcycle accident attorney, Patacca stressed the key to staying safe on the roadways  is “see and been seen”.  He said being seen is helped by wearing “high-viz” […]

By Matt Sowell and Wayne Hogan Decision exposes defects in 2003 “Medical Malpractice reform.” The Florida Supreme Court has struck down arbitrary caps imposed on the recovery by surviving relatives of patients killed by medical negligence. The case (Estate of McCall v. United States, 2014 Fla. LEXIS 933 (Fla. Mar. 13, 2014))  involved the preventable death of […]

By Wayne Hogan and Leslie Goller Preser­vation of Florida’s clean water supply is a natural right guaranteed by the Florida Consti­tution Article II, Section 7: SECTION 7.Natural resources and scenic beauty.—  It shall be the policy of the state to conserve and protect its natural resources and scenic beauty. Adequate provision shall be made by […]

A recent British study on burn injuries to more than 1,200 children has found one of the main causes of these injuries are hair straighteners and curling irons. There were nearly 300 contact burns suffered by children younger than 5, and 81 percent of those were caused by touching hot items in the home, the […]

Bike Week starts this weekend. And, if history repeats itself, we expect that nearly half a million motor­cy­clists will descend upon Daytona during the 10 days of celebration. It is the unofficial start of the 2014 riding season. As both a motor­cyclist for more than a decade and as a Florida motorcycle accident attorney, I have seen […]

Although Florida finally imple­mented a texting while driving ban, Florida police are finding it difficult to enforce. That’s because as the law now stands, it is only a secondary offense, meaning drivers can only be ticketed if they’re pulled over for another violation first. The Florida Highway Patrol reported that they have  issued a little […]

As the deadline to sign up for the Affordable Care Act (“ACA”) approaches, unfor­tu­nately there has been a spike in identity theft. It is especially unfor­tunate that ACA, which has enabled thousands of people to obtain health insurance, is referenced by identity thieves in their scam. Identity thieves are referring to ACA as a pretense to […]

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