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Last week, the Centers of Disease Control (CDC) and Agency for Toxic Substances and Disease Registry (ATSDR) corrected  its report released earlier this month  causing  the estimated cancer risk from formaldehyde exposure in certain laminate flooring to be greater. The correction occurred because the CDC/ATSDR indoor air model used an incorrect value for ceiling heights. […]

As a child growing up in St. Augustine, I was surrounded by history; 400 years of it.  But a major part of the Ancient City’s history was unfolding when I reached high school in the mid-60s. A white teenager working after school as a motel bellhop, I was unaware of the early work by Dr. Robert […]

First Coast News 12 On Your Side Reporter, Ken Amaro, did two stories after it was reported that four patients of Loren Clayman, M.D. filed suit against him alleging medical malpractice and misrepresentation that defective implants were the reason for failed surgeries. In one story, he reported that Terrell Hogan received 160 calls from alleged […]

The Florida Times-Union published a follow-up investigation today after reporting two weeks ago on three lawsuits our firm filed against Loren Clayman, M.D. on behalf of breast implant patients, alleging medical negligence, and that he misrepresented that defective implants caused post-surgical complications. Today’s piece reported on the avalanche of similar stories from Dr. Loren Clayman’s patients […]

I recently filed three separate lawsuits in Duval County Court on behalf of three patients of Loren Z. Clayman, M.D. Each had breast surgery in 2008, 2009 and 2010 respectively. The suits, against Loren Z. Clayman, M.D. and Loren Z. Clayman, M.D., P.A., allege not only medical negligence but also misrepresentation that defective implants caused […]

The Library of Congress is the nation’s first established cultural institution and the largest library in the world.  It contains millions of items including books, photographs, recordings, websites, map, and manuscripts in its collections. Recently we were notified through Google Alert that stored in The Library of Congress collection is Wayne Hogan’s 2002 run for […]

By Cynthia Ali This holiday season, Terrell Hogan has chosen to support our local community through the Jacksonville Bar Association and the Meals on Wheels program for seniors.  This holiday project is a partnership between the JBA, Meals on Wheels and the Jacksonville Sheriff’s Office.  Every year, the JBA teams up with Meals on Wheels […]

Wayne Hogan appeared on WJXT-TV’s Morning Show, First Coast News and with Melissa Ross on WJCT’s First Coast Connect to get the word out about toy safety and show five toys that made it on W.A.T.C.H.’s 2015 “10 Worst Toys” list. W.A.T.C.H. stands for World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc. He demonstrated how some of the toys […]

They keep our country safe by doing search & rescue, anti-submarine missions and patrolling the seas for illegal narcotics. On Sunday, I had the privilege to meet with 150 members of The Jaguars of Helicopter Maritime Strike Squadron Six Zero (HSM-60) at Mayport Naval Station to discuss the dangers and consequences of distracted driving. This […]

Wayne Hogan, a member of the American Board of Trial Advocates (“ABOTA”) participated in a new ABOTA program called the 7th Amendment Symposium. The Jacksonville ABOTA Chapter hosted Terry Parker High School students, who heard presentations on the 7th Amendment right to trial by jury in civil cases, the Constitution, and our judicial system. Wayne […]