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The Chairman of Public Justice, Arthur Bryant, warns that, with hunting season starting, owners of defective Remington rifles needs to stop using them or get them fixed; class action stalled on appeal.  See the articles below (and earlier updates) for specifics on models and retro­fitting the rifles. Few Remington rifles have been fixed three years […]

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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

Primewell tires is recalling 394,000 tires because the tire’s sidewalls can crack and lose air. The recall is for certain Primewell Valera Touring II replacement passenger car tires, sizes 185/65R14 86H, 195/60R15 88H, 205/55R16 91H, 205/60R16 92V, 215/60R17 96H, and 235/60R17 102T. The affected tires may develop cracks in the lower sidewall, poten­tially resulting in a […]

Apple announced a major update to its Do Not Disturb feature. The iOS 11 update will enhance the Do Not Disturb feature to help users stay more focused on the road. The iPhone can detect when users may be driving and will automat­i­cally silence notifi­ca­tions to keep the screen dark. Users will have an option […]

Florida’s “Move Over” law went into effect in 2002, and it was expanded in 2014 to protect operators of sanitation, utility service vehicles and wreckers. The law requires drivers to move over one lane or slow down to 20 miles per hour below the speed limit when approaching any autho­rized vehicle or wrecker displaying rotating […]

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