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By:  Audrey Gibson, State Senator and Paralegal As a young girl, I remember riding my blue bicycle on my cul-de-sac, and hitting the “circle” at a good pace with one leg down as I leaned over.  One day me and a friend who was sometimes my passenger, leaned in just a bit too much and […]

Thanks to everyone who supported Evan’s Hope. There were so many great photos from our day, and in each one Evan’s smile speaks volumes, including his appreciation for you, his family and friends. It’s impossible to overstate how much your support for Evan’s Hope means. Evan wanted to share this message with everyone who took […]

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 […]

Two clinical trials of Type2 diabetics taking Johnson & Johnson’s diabetes drug, Invokana, also known also as canagliflozin, have revealed that users are twice as likely to suffer foot and leg amputations than those given a placebo. The U.S. Food and Drug Administration is requiring Johnson & Johnson to add new warnings about the risk […]

Andrew Pantazi of the Times-Union reported that the Florida Department of Health closed the first complaints filed against plastic surgeon Loren Clayman, M.D. finding no probable cause. Chris Shakib and Leslie Goller are confused and angered by the finding. “What’s particularly crazy is we’re not just talking about some isolated incident that one patient is complaining about, we’re […]

By Matt Sowell and Fadi Chakour, M.D. Lately we’ve noticed a growing trend in our stroke litigation practice. There are more cases involving the misdiagnosis of brain stem strokes, resulting in significant disabling brain damage to patients. Brain stem strokes comprise a relatively small percentage of strokes. They occur when blood flow to the brain […]

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 […]

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 […]

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