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Congrat­u­la­tions to Southern Legal Counsel, Inc. (SLC) on its 40th anniversary this year. SLC is a Gainesville-based non-profit public interest law firm dedicated to the ideal of equal justice for all and the attainment of basic civil and human rights. In October, SLC will celebrate 40 Years with Morris Dees, pioneering civil rights lawyer and […]

Consumers must protect themselves from unknow­ingly buying a salvage vehicle. With the flooding caused by Hurri­canes Harvey and Irma, flood-damaged cars will appear in the used car market. Histor­i­cally, approx­i­mately 50% of all flood-damaged vehicles make their way back into the market. Modern cars that are flooded are hard to restore because they contain signif­icant […]

Medtronic has again volun­tarily recalled specific lots of its infusion sets, available to patients since April 2017, used with Medtronic insulin pumps.  A component, the vent membrane, in the infusion set is defective. The defective vent membrane  is suscep­tible to being blocked by insulin during the priming or filling the tubing process. This can lead […]

By Audrey Gibson Keeping children safe in vehicles requires delib­erate steps every day. The “little people” in particular climb aboard trusting that their transport will get them safely home from the hospital nursery, to grandma’s, auntie’s, a fun outing, and every place in between. Studies have shown for years that car seats save the lives […]

Our firm recently celebrated Wayne Hogan receiving the American Associ­ation for Justice 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award. Our firm is like family and what matters at Terrell Hogan is that everyone here shares a passion for the mission to represent our clients as they seek justice. At Terrell, Hogan we’re surrounded by many of the brightest […]

Joy Purdy of WJXT inves­ti­gated bounce house safety and how wind gusts from Florida’s storms can be dangerous. She inter­viewed attorney Chris Shakib for the story. He has repre­sented consumers who were injured by inflat­ables. Wind Gust Danger To test bounce house safety when encoun­tering wind gusts, the reporter conducted an exper­iment. She used airboats […]

Wayne Hogan received the American Associ­ation for Justice 2017 Lifetime Achievement Award at the annual convention in Boston on July 25. The Lifetime Achievement Award is one of the organization’s highest honors that recog­nizes a dedicated AAJ member whose courtroom advocacy has signif­i­cantly advanced the rights of the wrong­fully injured and furthered the cause of justice. […]

While traveling in Colorado, I read an editorial in the Vail Daily: Make distracted driving against the rules at work. Because I feel so strongly about the dangers of distracted driving in all forms, I wrote a letter commending their editorial and sharing the “rest of the story” about the dangers of distracted driving. Make […]

By Sen. Audrey Gibson The word “safe” is generally associated with thoughts and feelings of comfort and protection. “Safety” on the other hand requires some sort of action to (manifest, create, and ensure) an environment of comfort and protection. In recent years, many companies have begun to become more safety conscious given injury to workers, […]

By Attorneys Matt Sowell and Fadi Chakour, M.D. J.D. Medical errors are the third leading cause of death in America. The Journal of Patient Safety estimates 210,000–440,000 people die each year from medical mistakes. It’s a shocking number. It’s the equiv­alent of up to two commercial jumbo jets full of passengers dying from medical mistakes […]