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A routine trip to the VA Hospital that resulted in a crash left my client, Ernest Boles, bed-bound and plagued with a host of health problems. The crash happened in 2012 when Ernest, a partially disabled veteran with a bad lower back, was on his way to the VA Hospital in Gainesville for routine medical […]

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 […]

Recently, Terrell Hogan staff and attorneys donated much needed supplies and goodies for sick children and their families staying at Ronald McDonald House Charities Jacksonville. “These generous donations are a reflection of the people at our law firm. “I am so proud to help make this “home away from home” a little nicer for families […]

A Duval County jury recently awarded a 73 year-old retired physician $831,000 for injuries and damages when she tripped and fell in January 2011 in Jacksonville. She suffered a nasal fracture and a fracture to her TMJ, which required surgery, along with impaired function of her mouth and jaw with diffi­culty chewing and worsening of […]

Soap box derby racing is gaining popularity as a fun family event. The races, designed for children, involve wooden, motorless vehicles that resemble racing cars. The gravity powered cars are often raced on sloped residential streets that are blocked off and may reach speeds exceeding 30 miles per hour. Following safety proce­dures is essential for […]

By Albert Lechner and Wayne Hogan At Terrell Hogan we fight for justice just as hard whether the case is big or small in the eyes of the insurance company on the other side. While we represent many clients, for each individual client their case is their only case. Since it’s important to them, it’s […]

According to a Washington Post story, the federal government is now making it tougher for nursing homes to score top ratings on a public report card.  That’s because it’s raising the standards on a variety of quality measures it evaluates including increasing the scrutiny of nursing homes’ use of antipsy­chotic drugs to control behav­ioral problems. […]

The use of antipsy­chotic drugs in nursing homes is widespread. In 2010, CMS estimated that 39% of nursing home residents who had cognitive impair­ments and behav­ioral problems but no diagnosis of psychosis or related condi­tions received antipsy­chotic drugs. A smaller but signif­icant percentage, approx­i­mately 15% of residents without cognitive impair­ments or behavior problems still received […]

A federal jury awarded a 71 year-old semi-retired produce worker $450,000 for injuries and damages stemming from a wreck on I-95 in September 2010 that left the Vietnam veteran and father of four unable to work, with a torn right rotator cuff and neck injury. Attorney Albert Lechner tried the case in US District Court […]

670. That’s the number of kids who’ve died in the past 20 years after being left in hot cars, according to KidsandCars.org. Every summer we hear about the senseless tragedies. 17 kids have already died this year after being left in hot cars. And this week, local media reports a father is facing child neglect […]

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