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With the motto “Service Above Self” Rotary Clubs encourage and foster the ideal of service as a basis of worthy enter­prise and, in particular, to encourage and foster oppor­tu­nities for service and improving the community. At a 2015 Palatka Rotary discussion of schol­ar­ships for St. Johns River State College, former Dean of Students and Interim […]

Recently, in Sgouros v. TransUnion, a federal appeals court held that TransUnion could not enforce an arbitration clause in a service agreement hidden on its web site. The court had considered the issues of arbitration clause enforce­ability and contract formation: whether TransUnion, one of the three big credit reporting agencies, gave its customers adequate notice […]

Local businesses, profes­sionals and community members are teaming up to help prevent accidental drownings by funding lessons to teach kids at the Guardian Catholic Schools how to swim. Between now and May, 100 K-8 students from the Guardian Catholic Schools with little or no swimming ability will receive eight 30-minute water safety and swim lessons […]

By Wayne Hogan and Audrey Gibson According to Distraction.gov , 3,179 people were killed, and 431,000 were injured, in vehicle crashes involving distracted drivers in 2014. Distraction.gov is the official website for efforts by the U.S. Department of Trans­portation and the National Highway Traffic Safety Admin­is­tration addressing the dangers of this all-to-common hazard. In what has become a national and inter­na­tional […]

To make April’s Distracted Driving Awareness Month more effective, Terrell Hogan is reminding schools, non-profits and employers that it offers free distracted driving presen­ta­tions year round. With distracted driving claiming 3,179 lives and injuring 431,000 in the U.S. in 2014, action is required to make the roadways safer for everyone. “Distracted driving is an epidemic,” said Wayne Hogan, president of Terrell Hogan. […]

Inflatable attrac­tions (i.e. “bouncy houses” and slides) have grown in popularity over the last several years, with more and more parents choosing to rent them for children’s parties. However, there are signif­icant potential dangers to consider before renting an inflatable attraction from an operator. One of the biggest safety concerns for inflat­ables is proper anchoring; […]

Recently, a Duval County jury returned a verdict of $650,000 in favor of my client. The 34 year- old truck driver for a bread company was perma­nently injured on March 2, 2009 in a crash involving a stalled U-Haul truck and a semi truck. The case revolved around the issue of liability and who was […]

Florida’s Lemon Law, also known as the Motor Vehicle Warranty Enforcement Act, applies to new or demon­strator motor vehicles — used by dealer­ships for customers to test drive — that are purchased or leased in Florida. It does not apply to used motor vehicles or other vehicles such as off-road vehicles, trucks with gross weights of […]

The Florida State University has named its acclaimed diversity-building Summer for Under­grad­uates Program for law dean, Donald J. Weidner, who recently announced his retirement. Weidner has twice been dean at FSU, 1991–1997 and then 1998 until now. Dean Weidner led the law school to the top tier of U.S. law schools; it has consis­tently been recog­nized as […]

March is National Patient Safety Awareness Month. A study published recently in the Journal of Patient Safety estimates that more than 400,000 Americans die every year from preventable medical errors, which makes preventable medical errors the No. 3 killer in the U.S., third only to heart disease and cancer. In other words, preventable medical errors are respon­sible […]