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Terrell Hogan has always been a strong supporter of Jacksonville Area Legal Aid (“JALA”) with not only financial contributions, but also with time. JALA’s motto is “A Wealth of Justice For Those Who Have Neither,” which coincides with Terrell Hogan’s goal of helping you overcome injustice by representing the injured as they seek justice. Recently, […]

The USS Adams was the lead ship of her class of guided-missile destroyers. It was commissioned in 1960 and provided national security, serving for 30 years. The USS Adams is going to spend its retirement in Jacksonville as a maritime museum and entertainment venue and will open to the public in early 2015. Recently, the Jacksonville […]

Terrell Hogan is excited to have Leslie Scott Jean-Bart join our firm. “Leslie is a dedicated advocate for her clients and she is committed to serving our community through many civic and volunteer endeavors,” said Wayne Hogan, Terrell Hogan President. “She will be a valuable member of our team.” After earning a Bachelor of Science degree from […]

Following an NBC Nightly News investigation into alleged abuse and neglect at the National Deaf Academy (NDA) in Mount Dora, Florida, many media outlets have written about the story, including Terrell Hogan attorney, Bruce Maxwell’s filing of three civil lawsuits in Duval County on behalf of affected families with children who once lived at the […]

Supporting “Youth Explosion” A free Back to School event hosted by Pastor Torin Dailey and First Baptist Church of Oakland, and several national partners, included contributions by attorney Wayne Hogan, of Terrell Hogan law firm. Hogan presented “Youth Explosion” with a monetary contribution, as well as identification tags for backpacks distributed during the event. “I […]

First Coast News consumer reporter, Ken Amaro, recently consulted Terrell Hogan attorney Leslie A. Goller, who handles consumer law cases and is a member of National Association of Consumer Attorneys. He wanted to know who has the burden of proof in a consumer case. Ken Amaro (“I’m calling Ken”) was investigating and reporting on a […]

Wayne Hogan awarded Taylor Smith the 2014 W. Douglas Hartley Scholarship at a special awards ceremony for St. Augustine High School seniors. Ms. Smith will attend Florida State University this fall, where she plans to study business and finance and eventually pursue a master’s degree in the same field. The scholarship provides full tuition for […]

A nationwide study about pedestrian injuries and fatalities was just released. The 2014 “Dangerous By Design” Report finds that FOUR FLORIDA CITIES – Orlando, Tampa/St. Petersburg, Jacksonville and Miami – are the four most dangerous cities in the United States for pedestrians. This is disappointing and tragic – but it should come as no surprise. […]

An article that appeared in the Florida Times-Union and the St. Augustine Record found that citations for texting while driving, both locally and statewide, are low because texting while driving is a secondary offense; officers need another reason to pull drivers over to cite them for texting. Proposed legislation would make texting while driving a primary […]

Wayne Hogan took his message, “one text or call can wreck it all,” to the business community. This article about employers’ liability with distracted driving accidents is featured in April’s issue of Advantage Business Magazine. In it, Hogan explores some of the legal consequences distracted driving accidents can have on a company’s bottom line. From […]