Alan Pickert Supports Law Student Loan Modifications
Terrell • Hogan law partner and asbestos disease expert, Alan Pickert, recently participated participated in the American Bar Association Midyear meeting as the only ABA delegate from Jacksonville
What To Do After An E- Scooter Accident
Last spring, electronic scooters, commonly referred to as e-scooters, began popping up for rental in cities across the nation, and with their popularity, injuries from
Terrell • Hogan Office During COVID-19
Our firm has invested significant resources into our technology over the years which allows our attorneys and professional staff to work remotely while still maintaining
Attorneys Honored at NAACP Breakfast
On January 15, 2021, at the NAACP’s First Coast Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Empowerment Breakfast, “Where Do We Go from Here: Chaos or Community?” Terrell • Hogan attorneys, Leslie A. Goller and Leslie Scott Jean-Bart, received two of the four Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Community Empowerment Awards given at the event. These awards were given to individuals who have sacrificed and selflessly represented the community well.
2020 Certainly Wasn’t the Year We Expected, But…
Through all the struggles Covid caused, our team stepped up and found new initiatives to thank frontline healthcare workers and help nursing home residents communicate with their loved ones. We also continued volunteering with programs serving the community.
Team Terrell • Hogan Continues Community Giving
From pro-bono legal services to representing the interests of children through the Guardian ad Litem program, volunteer legal services are an integral part of the firm’s work of seeking justice for the injured.
Breast Implants: FDA Issues Strongest Black Box Warning Over Illness
On September 29, the Food & Drug Administration issued its strongest black box warning for silicone and saline breast implants, according to Georgia Public Broadcasting
Toy Safety Reminders on First Coast Connect
Wayne Hogan spoke with Melissa Ross on WJCT’s First Coast Connect to get the word out about toy safety and the ten toys that made it on W.A.T.C.H.’s 2020 “10 Worst Toys” list. W.A.T.C.H. stands for World Against Toys Causing Harm, Inc.