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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, […]

By:  Audrey Gibson, State Senator and Paralegal, Terrell Hogan The first Valentine’s Day cards and letters exchange appear to have taken place in Great Britain, during the 17th century.  Sometime in the 1840’s, the first US mass produced Valentine’s Day cards emerged. Today in the United States, some 1 billion Valentine’s Day cards are produced […]

It’s that time of year when family and friends gather to celebrate family tradi­tions, or perhaps, start new ones.  Worn recipe cards are pulled from their tucked away place, and testing new found googled recipes add an extra twist to the menu. Still for most, the turkey is the center­piece of the table setting. Roasting […]

It must be that time of year again! The time when leaves start to fall, temper­a­tures fall, and we encounter a little less rainfall. Yes, it absolutely must be fall, and as September begins to give way to October some families begin thinking about the fun events surrounding Halloween. Halloween Origins Accounts of the origin […]

Though the carefree days of summer are upon us, we cannot be careless about safety. According to the National Safety Council, hot car deaths have already started to rise.  Consid­ering July and August are generally the months with more hot car fatal­ities, the Council reports that as of June 22, 2016, 16 young children have […]

A study recently published by the American Academy of Pediatrics states that in 2013–2014 over 60,000 kids were poisoned after ingesting laundry and dishwasher detergent pods. The study focused on all forms of deter­gents, but the pods were most ingested by children. The pods look and smell like candy so kids want to eat them. […]

By Wayne Hogan and Angelo Patacca Terrell Hogan is part of the legal team repre­senting the family members of four deceased El Faro crew members. They were among the 33 crew members of the El Faro who perished at sea on October 1, 2015, after the cargo ship lost power while in the path of […]

As discussed more exten­sively in the links below, the warnings signs of stroke include: Sudden onset of facial drooping (partic­u­larly on one of the face side); Sudden onset of numbness and/or weakness of one side of the body (partic­u­larly involving an arm); Sudden onset of diffi­culty speaking (slurred speech, inability to find words, confusion); Sudden […]

Trans­vaginal mesh implants have been used to treat pelvic organ prolapse “POP” and stress urinary incon­ti­nence. In 2010, almost 300,000 women received mesh implants. However, in July 2011, the FDA issued a public safety warning about these products. The warning states that studies show 10 percent of women who underwent trans­vaginal mesh surgery to correct […]

When the Terrell Hogan personal injury and wrongful death law firm identifies important and signif­icant health and safety infor­mation, we want to share it with the public; AARP Bulletin’s article by Katharine Greider “The Worst Place To Be When You Are Sick And How To Protect Yourself” provides startling statistics. In 1999, the Institute of […]

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