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Nation Watches as Georgia Slowly Starts Opening Businesses
Nation Watches as Georgia Slowly Starts Opening Businesses

Retailers across the country have their eyes on Georgia, as it’s one of the first states to start reopening non-essential businesses. On Friday, April 24, Republican Gov. Brian Kemp gave salons, gyms and tattoo parlors the permission to reopen their doors. On Monday, April ...

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  • Nation Watches as Georgia Slowly Starts Opening Businesses
    Nation Watches as Georgia Slowly Starts Opening Businesses

    Retailers across the country have their eyes on Georgia, as it’s one of the first states to start reopening non-essential businesses. On Friday, April 24, Republican Gov. Brian Kemp gave salons, gyms ...

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  • Jones & Swanson Helps Community Amid COVID-19 Pandemic
    Jones & Swanson Helps Community Amid COVID-19 Pandemic

    According to the most recent data from the Georgia Department of Public Health , there have been 29,660 confirmed Coronavirus (COVID-19) cases, 1,306 ICU admissions, 5,614 hospitalizations, and 1,274 ...

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  • I’m Not Driving – Will I Get a Refund on My Car Insurance?
    I’m Not Driving – Will I Get a Refund on My Car Insurance?

    Across the United States, the total number of miles traveled is down more than 50% and car accidents, injuries, and fatalities are decreasing , as well. As a result, fewer people are making car ...

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  • Justice Prevails Days Before Quarantine
    Justice Prevails Days Before Quarantine

    The laser focus of what could be Columbus’ last jury trial for months transcended emerging concerns about a global pandemic. On Monday, March 9, 2020, legal professionals from Jones & Swanson appeared ...

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  • Staying Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic
    Staying Safe During the COVID-19 Pandemic

    The World Health Organization (WHO) describes the coronavirus (COVID-19) as an infectious disease caused by a newly discovered coronavirus. While the majority of people who are infected with COVID-19 ...

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  • COVID-19 and Traveling in the U.S.
    COVID-19 and Traveling in the U.S.

    As the weather gets warmer and we inch closer to the summer season, it’s traditional for many Americans to set their travel plans in place. In light of the Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic, people are ...

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