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Blog Posts in May, 2013

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  • Commercial Buses Should Require Safety Belts
    Commercial Buses Should Require Safety Belts

    Commercial vehicles can include trains , planes, buses, and more. The most commonly encountered of those vehicles is that of commercial buses . These large passenger vehicles can serve many purposes. ...

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  • Nearly 1 Million Nissan Vehicles Recalled Worldwide
    Nearly 1 Million Nissan Vehicles Recalled Worldwide

    As discussed in previous posts, automobile recalls affect all drivers around the world, not just those in the state of Georgia. Recalls by automotive companies signal dangerous problems that could ...

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  • Stricter Blood Alcohol Content Level Requirements Proposed
    Stricter Blood Alcohol Content Level Requirements Proposed

    Approximately 1/3 of all roadway deaths in the United States are caused by drunk driving. Roughly 10,000 citizens die each year in crashes related to alcohol consumption. Those statistics, as well as ...

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  • The Law Offices of Andrew W. Jones Becomes Members of the West Cobb Business Association
    The Law Offices of Andrew W. Jones Becomes Members of the West Cobb Business Association

    At Jones & Swanson we are proud members of our community. We are honored to announce that this month we became members of the West Cobb Business Association. West Cobb is a unique community which has ...

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  • Drunk Driving in Georgia
    Drunk Driving in Georgia

    In Georgia, every year from 1995-2008 there has been at least 300 fatal accidents involving at least one driver who was driving with a blood-alcohol concentration level of .08% or above. On top of ...

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  • Pedestrian Accident in Atlanta, Georgia
    Pedestrian Accident in Atlanta, Georgia

    When pedestrians are involved in accidents with automobiles, they are the most at risk and oftentimes suffer the worst damages. Pedestrians are extremely vulnerable to the environment when walking on ...

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