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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 […]

Florida’s Emergency Contact Infor­mation. This service will allow you to provide emergency contact infor­mation to law enforcement in the event of an emergency. This infor­mation may save crucial time if ever it becomes necessary to contact family members, or other loved ones. This service is only available to individuals holding a current Florida Driver License […]

Terrell Hogan attorney Matt Sowell, who focuses his practice on repre­senting victims of medical malpractice and clients who have suffered complex injuries, recently authored an article Present the Whole Picture in Stroke Cases that appeared in the January edition of Trial, the official publi­cation of the American Association of Justice (AAJ). The AAJ is the largest organization […]

Most consumers are unaware of arbitration clauses that are buried in agreements or contracts that they must enter into with entities such as a cell phone company, a bank, a cable company, an internet service provider, a gym, or even when they go to a doctor or hospital or take a new job. These clauses […]

Recently, while waiting to talk about a worrisome but necessary topic, dangerous toys, with Melissa Ross on First Coast Connect, the new WJCT “green” room was brightened by the presence of an every Thursday guest, the ever-friendly, and funny, Kerry Speckman. While waiting for my segment on Trouble in Toyland and the need for shoppers […]

By: Leslie Goller and Wayne Hogan They have become all the rage: e-cigarettes, e-hookahs, hookah pens, and vaping or vape pens. But what are they really? Nicotine delivery devices for those addicted to tradi­tional cigarettes and hope to wean themselves from their addiction or young adults attracted to the fad of “Vaping” and have fallen victim […]

By: Leslie Goller and Wayne Hogan The Holidays are here and while celebrating, please take time for the safety of those you hold dear. 1.  Not all toys are safe. Please check out our article on dangerous toys. 2.  When decorating, please remember that two Holiday plants are poisonous to cats, dogs and even children. Mistletoe is […]

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