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A Special Note From Michael Haggard…You Are Making a Difference

On April 6th of this year, I celebrated my 1 ½ year KIDNEYVERSARY!!  How did I celebrate?  By preparing for Trial….that was awesome!!!  I could only do that due to God’s grace, my prayers were answered and my brother-in-law, Major Allen Buckhalt (US Army Blackhawk Pilot and Iraq/Afghanistan war Veteran) was a match to donate me a kidney and save my life!!  As all of you know (BECAUSE YOU HAVE BEEN THERE FOR ME AND MY FAMILY THIS WHOLE TIME), I have Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) a genetic, life-threatening and incurable disease.  There are only two treatments, DIALYSIS or a...

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Magazine Shares Story of Haggard Focus on Kidney Donation Education

This month's edition of The Florida Villager, Pinecrest/Palmetto Bay Edition, includes an article about The Haggard Law Firm's Managing partner Michael Haggard and Public Relations Manager J.P. Hervis stories of kidney donation surgery and a mission to educate others about the life-saving procedure. Haggard, who suffers from polycystic disease, received a kidney donation from his brother-n-law Allen Buckhalt. Three months later, Hervis donated his kidney to his mother. TO READ THE ENTIRE STORY, visit: https://issuu.com/thefloridavillager/docs/tfv_2017-05-pc-pb/16 On Friday Haggard Law will host the 7th Annual Kidney Casino for a Cure at the Coral Gables Museum. The event begins at 7 am and all...

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A Message from Michael Haggard ‘Kidney Casino For a Cure’

A Message from Michael Haggard A lot has changed in a year!!!  As most of you know, I have Polycystic Kidney Disease (PKD) and have been diagnosed since my early 30's.  It always came as a surprise to someone when I told them I had a genetic, life-threatening and incurable disease because I was fortunate and did not suffer debilitating effects.  My only symptom was inevitable and total renal failure!!!  So a couple of years ago, I went on the over 100,000 person national kidney waiting list...

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