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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 […]

Consumer law covers a range of issues such as unfair and deceptive trade practices, product liability, breach of warranty, harassment from debt collectors, and new car lemons. These are just a few areas we represent consumers and resolve in our consumer law practice. Unfair & Deceptive Trade Practices Unfair and deceptive trade practices is a […]

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 […]

By Wayne Hogan and Angelo Patacca Terrell Hogan is part of the legal team representing the family members of four deceased El Faro crew members. They were among the 33 crew members of the El Faro who perished at sea on October 1, 2015, after the cargo ship lost power while in the path of […]

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 […]