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This past March, researchers reported in the New England Journal of Medicine the results of a multi­state survey of health care associated infec­tions. The results of the research indicate that in 2011, the most recent year of data, approx­i­mately 648,000 patients became infected directly as a result of their health care. Of those, an estimated […]

This is about saving lives, a life lost because a child doesn’t know how to swim is a family and community tragedy.” Wayne Hogan said this when Water­proof Jacksonville was announced by Mayor Alvin Brown in May. Hogan saw Water­proof Jacksonville in action when he visited kids at Woodland Acres Elementary School who are learning […]

Number one cause of long term disability Stroke is the number one cause of long-term disability and the fourth leading cause of adult deaths in the United States, according the National Stroke Associ­ation. A stroke happens when brain cells do not get the blood they need. With strokes, time is brain and time lost is […]

By Bernard Malinis, ACTS Senior Network Engineer Another variant of the dangerous Cryptolocker virus is sweeping around cyber­space. It is called CryptoWall and like Cryptolocker it encrypts your files so that you cannot access them until a ransom is paid… that’s right, a ransom. Anti-Virus and Anti-Malware programs are very helpful but they are never […]

Operation Safe Drive on 95 — The Florida Highway Patrol is working with Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina in an intense effort to keep the roadways safe. Troopers from all four states will be looking for viola­tions from drivers of commercial cars and trucks who are speeding, following too closely, distracted driving, making improper […]

The Terrell Hogan law firm’s own Bruce Maxwell was awarded the Jacksonville Bar Association’s Chair of the Year Award at the JBA Summer Judicial Reception & Swearing-In Ceremony for his continuing service to the Bench and Bar. The JBA President, this year Braxton Gillam, decides the recipient and takes into consid­er­ation extra effort for the […]

The American Associ­ation for Justice has launched a campaign and released a report called Driven to Safety about how the civil justice system has been the driving force for a half-century in automobile improve­ments that have protected consumers. We at the Terrell Hogan personal injury and wrongful death law firm applaud the American Associ­ation for […]

By Wayne Hogan and Leslie Goller Norovirus has been in the news regarding large outbreaks on cruise ships: 630 passengers and 54 crew in 2014 on Royal Caribbean Explorer of the Seas cruise ship and 600 passengers in 2006 on Carnival Liberty cruise ship. However, a June CDC report finds you are much more likely […]

As a teen, Jacqueline Miller got hooked. Smoking Old Gold Cigarettes with her friends turned into on a two-pack a day habit until she died at age 64 from lung cancer. A wrongful death lawsuit filed by Miller’s daughter in Mrozek v. Lorillard Tobacco Company, was one of 11 Florida lawsuits filed by families of […]

Zero. That’s the number of crossing guards and students injured during the Duval County 2013 school year. The 300 crossing guards who serve Duval County elementary schools oversaw 915,000 street crossings by individual students last year without incident. That fact was celebrated at the JSO’s 21st Annual School Crossing Guard and Volunteer Appre­ci­ation Luncheon held […]