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The Florida Consumer Collection Practices Act (FCCPA) and the Fair Debt Collection Practices Act (FDCPA) are consumer protection laws that prohibit a debt collector from engaging abusive conduct or harassment when attempting to collect a consumer debt. We assist people who are being harassed by debt and bill collectors.  Debt collectors are prohibited from using […]

Protecting Those Who Protect Us (The Move Over Law) Our dedicated law enforcement officers, firefighters, and all first responders, risk life and limb to protect and serve the public. That’s why over the last five years we at Terrell Hogan have supported the Move Over Law by promoting public awareness of this life-saving law. Drivers know […]

The Food and Drug Administration has announced that it was revoking its approval of the drug Avastin for breast cancer after concluding that it “has not been shown to be safe and effective for that use.” Avastin, made by the pharmaceutical company Roche, will remain an approved treatment for certain types of colon, lung, kidney […]

This past Friday USA Today headlined the American Automobile Association’s new report that assesses the losses involved in car crashes causing deaths in America. The result: six million dollars. Read the full article. Although every case is unique, this finding, using Federal Highway Administration data, is no surprise to personal injury and wrongful death attorneys […]

The 2011 Florida legislature, under the thumb of one-party rule in both the House and Senate, imposed new barriers for Florida medical malpractice victims when they seek justice; this endangers patient safety by reducing healthcare provider accountability. Beginning October 1, 2011, the law hinders medical malpractice victims’ ability to present the expert testimony of qualified […]

Halloween is a time of fun for children. Here are a few simple tips to parents to ensure that your children’s holiday is a safe and healthy one, too. Driving Safety Motorists traveling on Halloween night should remember that children are everywhere: streets, sidewalks, crosswalks and parking lots. You will need to be on the […]

The Jacksonville Bicycle Coalition has launched a petition for safer streets for the people of Jacksonville. They note that Jacksonville is the third most dangerous city in the nation regarding pedestrians and cyclists and Jacksonville’s low ranking in safety is like the rest of Florida. They cite Transportation for America’s “Dangerous By Design” 2011 study, […]

Over three decades ago, Florida law was changed to let cities like Jacksonville and its subsidiaries such as the Jacksonville Transportation Authority (JTA), the Jacksonville Electric Authority (JEA), the Jacksonville Port Authority (JPA), and the Jacksonville Airport Authority (JAA), get away with paying far less than deserved by the people seriously injured or killed by […]

About 20 percent of incidents reported on a new consumer complaints database involved children’s products, and some occurred after the products were recalled, according to an analysis by a consumer advocacy group. Kids in Danger found that 474 of the complaints posted from April through August involved everything from pacifiers to trampolines. About 44 percent […]

When Wayne Hogan hears about defective products that cause injury or death, he feels it is very important to get the word out about those defective products to help avoid injury and death. As we continue seek justice against irresponsible manufacturers, we thought you would want to know about Kids In Danger (KID). Kids In […]