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    • 2.4 Million Toyota Prius Vehicles Recalled

      Earlier this month, yet another automobile recall was announced – this time affecting Toyota hybrid cars. The potential defect is estimated to have affected 2.4 million vehicles worldwide, 807,000 of ...

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    • Ford Recalls Millions of Vehicles

      The popular automotive manufacturer Ford recently recalled almost 1.5 million vehicles due to a serious steering wheel defect. The company announced that because of an issue with the steering bolts, ...

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    • Toyota and Lexus Vehicle Recalls

      Multiple Toyota Motor Company recalls have been announced this year, affecting approximately 656,800 vehicles total – both Toyota and Lexus models. First, an electrical issue that posed a threat of ...

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    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

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    • Community Involvement in Cobb County

      At the Marietta law offices of Jones & Swanson, our attorneys are committed to community involvement. Cobb County has been our home for countless years, and we are excited to continue to grow in this ...

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    • Personal Injury Claim Services

      The first step towards a personal injury legal claim is educating yourself. By now you probably understand what a personal injury claim is and what types of cases that we represent at Jones & Swanson. ...

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    • Giving Back to the Community this Holiday Season

      Giving back to the local community is something we feel passionately about at Jones & Swanson. One of the ways we’re continuing to give back to the Marietta community is by sponsoring the Fraternal ...

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    • Sleighbells on the Square - Saturday, December 9

      The Marietta and Cobb County areas are looking more and more festive as we enter the holiday season. With Thanksgiving behind us, the next exciting event on the calendar for the Jones & Swanson staff ...

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    • Cops and Kids Program Sponsorship

      At Jones & Swanson we love when we get the opportunity to help others in our community. Giving back is something we are always honored to do, so we’re excited to be working with the Kids and Cops ...

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    • Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson

      Thanksgiving is for many people one of the most anticipated holidays of the year, and it’s finally here! We all enjoy this time of joy, good food and fellowship with family and friends. As exciting as ...

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    • Cows Loose in Cobb County After Crash

      On Oct. 1, 2018, Channel 2 Action News reported on a cattle truck crash that occurred in Cobb County, which sent dozens of cows roaming the freeway. Around 3:30 a.m. on Monday, October 1st, the cattle ...

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    • Football Season is Back

      Football season has arrived in Georgia! Game days can be exciting for so many varying reasons – from tailgating before a game, going to the event itself, hosting a party or watching a game over some ...

      Read More
    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

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    • Georgia's Auto Insurance Laws

      In all 50 states, drivers are required to purchase automobile insurance and Georgia is no exception. According to the Office of Insurance and Safety Fire Commissioner , “Georgia consumers must have ...

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    • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident

      In late March, Uber made national news after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. The car, a Volvo XC90 SUV, was equipped with a sensor system and in ...

      Read More
    • 2.4 Million Toyota Prius Vehicles Recalled

      Earlier this month, yet another automobile recall was announced – this time affecting Toyota hybrid cars. The potential defect is estimated to have affected 2.4 million vehicles worldwide, 807,000 of ...

      Read More
    • Ford F-150 Trucks Recalled

      2018 has been a year of an unusually high number of product recalls – from food products to vehicles. The latest in this series of recalls involves Ford F-150 Regular and SuperCrew Cab trucks, model ...

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    • Ford Recalls Millions of Vehicles

      The popular automotive manufacturer Ford recently recalled almost 1.5 million vehicles due to a serious steering wheel defect. The company announced that because of an issue with the steering bolts, ...

      Read More
    • Over 9k 2017-18 Mitsubishi Outlanders Recalled

      Are you driving a 2017 or 2018 Mitsubishi Outlander, Outlander Sport, or Eclipse Cross? If so, it may be included in a vehicle recall. On September 14, 2018, Mitsubishi Motors North America announced ...

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    • 2.4 Million Toyota Prius Vehicles Recalled

      Earlier this month, yet another automobile recall was announced – this time affecting Toyota hybrid cars. The potential defect is estimated to have affected 2.4 million vehicles worldwide, 807,000 of ...

      Read More
    • Ford F-150 Trucks Recalled

      2018 has been a year of an unusually high number of product recalls – from food products to vehicles. The latest in this series of recalls involves Ford F-150 Regular and SuperCrew Cab trucks, model ...

      Read More
    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

      Read More
    • Community Involvement in Cobb County

      At the Marietta law offices of Jones & Swanson, our attorneys are committed to community involvement. Cobb County has been our home for countless years, and we are excited to continue to grow in this ...

      Read More
    • Personal Injury Claim Services

      The first step towards a personal injury legal claim is educating yourself. By now you probably understand what a personal injury claim is and what types of cases that we represent at Jones & Swanson. ...

      Read More
    • New Year's Roadway Safety

      With New Year’s just a few days away, many Georgians are getting ready to bring in 2017 with celebration. Celebrating the New Year can be fun and exciting, but has the potential to be dangerous as ...

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    • Pokemoning Behind the Wheel

      Last week, a new app was released that has become an overnight sensation. Pokemon Go is a video game that can be downloaded from the app store onto cellular devices – allowing players to collect ...

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    • Bike Trailer vs. Bike Seat: Which is Safer for Children?

      Cobb County and surrounding areas are popular places to bike, both as exercise and leisure activities. Many parents of young children choose to continue biking – and must therefore make a choice about ...

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    • 7 Ways to Avoid Boating Accidents

      As the school year comes to an end and temperatures nearing 90 degrees, many people are putting on their summer gear and heading to the water. Boating is a common pastime in the Cobb County area – and ...

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    • Boating Safety Tips for Summer

      Many Georgians will be taking advantage of the warmer weather in coming weeks, including the use of boats on nearby lakes. As exciting as boats are, they can also be dangerous if the proper safety ...

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    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

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    • Driving Safely in Storms

      Southernmost parts of the United States were recently devastate by hurricanes Harvey and Irma, causing hundreds of billions of dollars in damages and hundreds of lives lost. Fortunately, the ...

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    • Game Day Traffic Safety Tips

      The first day of fall is just around the corner, which means bonfires, flannel and football. The state of Georgia, along with the rest of the Southeast, is an area passionate about football of all ...

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    • Back to School Safety

      Cobb County students are scheduled to start back to school on Monday, which means local roadways will be much busier than in recent weeks. With an increased number of automobiles on Cobb County ...

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    • Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson

      Thanksgiving is for many people one of the most anticipated holidays of the year, and it’s finally here! We all enjoy this time of joy, good food and fellowship with family and friends. As exciting as ...

      Read More
    • Football Season is Back

      Football season has arrived in Georgia! Game days can be exciting for so many varying reasons – from tailgating before a game, going to the event itself, hosting a party or watching a game over some ...

      Read More
    • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open

      Metro Atlanta commuters will have an opportunity to cut down on their daily commutes and time in their vehicles. After almost four years of construction, the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes opened ...

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    • How Long Should Kids Be in Rear-Facing Car Seats?

      As many frustrated parents will attest, “My baby hates his (or her) rear-facing car seat.” While some infants don’t mind rear-facing car seats, a lot of them seem to cry whenever they’re strapped in ...

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    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

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    • Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents

      Georgia roadways and interstates are packed with vehicles every day – often times leading to auto accidents of all kinds. Of the many types of crashes, some that are less common but very dangerous are ...

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    • Operation Southern Shield Roadway Safety Program

      This week, Georgia is joining four nearby states to promote roadway safety by placing extra emphasis on drivers speeding or operating a vehicle unsafely. This program, Operation Southern Shield, is ...

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    • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open

      Metro Atlanta commuters will have an opportunity to cut down on their daily commutes and time in their vehicles. After almost four years of construction, the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes opened ...

      Read More
    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

      Read More
    • Emergency Vehicle Roadway Safety

      Car accidents are a common part of living in the metro-Atlanta community – from single vehicle crashes to 18-wheeler accidents. One type of common vehicle crashes oftentimes overlooked are those ...

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    • Highway Work Zone Safety Tips

      For many Georgians, going to work every day doesn’t involve traveling to an office. Many make their living along Georgia roads and highways by working in construction. Roadway work zones are fairly ...

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    • Fitness Trackers Being Used in Lawsuits

      Smartwatches and fitness trackers are becoming a popular trend in today’s society, with devices such as the Fitbit, Apple watch, and Garmin Vivofit leading in popularity. These devices are advertised ...

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    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

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    • Compensation for Georgia Crime Victims

      A lot of people don’t know this, but victims of crime , especially violent felonies, have the right to seek restitution from offenders. Here in Georgia, the State Board of Pardons and Paroles has this ...

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    • Wrongful Death Claims in Georgia

      You are likely familiar with Georgia’s homicide laws. Understandably, it’s against the law to take another person’s life. If someone intentionally kills another human being, they will likely face ...

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    • Personal Injury Claims for Crime Victims

      On Sep. 26, 2016, the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) released its annual report, Crime in the United States, 2015 , which reported a 3.9 percent increase in violent crime in the United States ...

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    • Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson

      Thanksgiving is for many people one of the most anticipated holidays of the year, and it’s finally here! We all enjoy this time of joy, good food and fellowship with family and friends. As exciting as ...

      Read More
    • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open

      Metro Atlanta commuters will have an opportunity to cut down on their daily commutes and time in their vehicles. After almost four years of construction, the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes opened ...

      Read More
    • Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents

      Georgia roadways and interstates are packed with vehicles every day – often times leading to auto accidents of all kinds. Of the many types of crashes, some that are less common but very dangerous are ...

      Read More
    • Wrongful Death Claims in Georgia

      You are likely familiar with Georgia’s homicide laws. Understandably, it’s against the law to take another person’s life. If someone intentionally kills another human being, they will likely face ...

      Read More
    • PTSD & Personal Injury Claims

      According to the National Institute of Mental Health , “PTSD is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event.” During and after people go through ...

      Read More
    • Avoiding Crashes Caused by Animals

      Animal-related personal injury accidents usually brings the scenarios of dog attacks or bite to mind – thoughts of aggressive and dangerous animals attacking someone and leaving them with serious ...

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    • Wrongful Death Claims in Georgia

      You are likely familiar with Georgia’s homicide laws. Understandably, it’s against the law to take another person’s life. If someone intentionally kills another human being, they will likely face ...

      Read More
    • Preventing Drowning Accidents

      Now that it’s the summertime, a lot more recreational activities involve swimming pools, water parks, community pools, waterslides, boating, jet skis, and anything else that has to do with water. ...

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    • How Long Do I Have to File a Claim in Georgia?

      When it comes to injuring others, there are two types of injuries: intentional injuries and accidental injuries. In the first category, the at-fault party would likely be facing criminal charges for ...

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    • Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson

      Thanksgiving is for many people one of the most anticipated holidays of the year, and it’s finally here! We all enjoy this time of joy, good food and fellowship with family and friends. As exciting as ...

      Read More
    • Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents

      Georgia roadways and interstates are packed with vehicles every day – often times leading to auto accidents of all kinds. Of the many types of crashes, some that are less common but very dangerous are ...

      Read More
    • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident

      In late March, Uber made national news after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. The car, a Volvo XC90 SUV, was equipped with a sensor system and in ...

      Read More
    • Football Season is Back

      Football season has arrived in Georgia! Game days can be exciting for so many varying reasons – from tailgating before a game, going to the event itself, hosting a party or watching a game over some ...

      Read More
    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

      Read More
    • Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents

      Georgia roadways and interstates are packed with vehicles every day – often times leading to auto accidents of all kinds. Of the many types of crashes, some that are less common but very dangerous are ...

      Read More
    • Giving Back to the Community this Holiday Season

      Giving back to the local community is something we feel passionately about at Jones & Swanson. One of the ways we’re continuing to give back to the Marietta community is by sponsoring the Fraternal ...

      Read More
    • Jones & Swanson is Adding a Second Location - Visit Us in Cartersville!

      Andrew, Chase and the rest of the Jones & Swanson staff are excited to announce that we opened a second office in September – located in Cartersville, Georgia. The decision to expand Jones & Swanson ...

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    • Andrew Jones Recognized in Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association

      The founding partner of Jones & Swanson, Andrew Jones, was recently recognized as a member of the Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association . This professional achievement is an invitation-only ...

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    • Midterm Elections Effects on Local Legislation

      A recent report has shown that early voting for the Georgia midterm election was the highest it has ever been. Friday, November 2, was the last day to early vote for the midterm elections, as November ...

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    • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open

      Metro Atlanta commuters will have an opportunity to cut down on their daily commutes and time in their vehicles. After almost four years of construction, the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes opened ...

      Read More
    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

      Read More
    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

      Read More
    • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident

      In late March, Uber made national news after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. The car, a Volvo XC90 SUV, was equipped with a sensor system and in ...

      Read More
    • How Insurance Policy Limits Can Affect My Case

      An insurance company will typically pay for a personal injury lawsuit if the plaintiff’s attorney is successful. The type of case is irrelevant, whether it be auto accident, slip and fall, animal ...

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    • Recall of Swiss Roll Snacks

      If it seems like we’ve posted frequently about food recalls and illnesses – it’s because we have. Salmonella seems to be a daily news topic these days, but we’re hopeful that reporting on these ...

      Read More
    • Kellogg’s Recalls Honey Smacks Cereal

      Health officials have linked a recent salmonella outbreak to The Kellogg Company’s Honey Smacks cereal. The outbreak has caused 73 illnesses and 24 hospitalizations, spread throughout 31 states. It is ...

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    • PTSD & Personal Injury Claims

      According to the National Institute of Mental Health , “PTSD is a disorder that develops in some people who have experienced a shocking, scary, or dangerous event.” During and after people go through ...

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    • Will My Personal Injury Case Go to Trial?

      In Smyrna and throughout Georgia, when people are injured because of someone else’s negligent behavior, they are entitled to damages through a personal injury claim. This includes car and truck ...

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    • How Long Do I Have to File a Claim in Georgia?

      When it comes to injuring others, there are two types of injuries: intentional injuries and accidental injuries. In the first category, the at-fault party would likely be facing criminal charges for ...

      Read More
    • Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents

      Georgia roadways and interstates are packed with vehicles every day – often times leading to auto accidents of all kinds. Of the many types of crashes, some that are less common but very dangerous are ...

      Read More
    • Motorcycle Awareness Month 2018

      May is Motorcycle Safety Month and serves as a reminder to us all the importance of safely sharing the road with motorcyclists. With the warm Georgia weather upon us, it’s likely you’ll start seeing ...

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    • Motorcycle Accident Claims in Smyrna, GA

      Georgia is a beautiful state with pleasant weather most of the year. Aside from a thunder storm here and there and maybe a few “tornado warnings,” it’s breathtaking. Given Georgia’s natural beauty, ...

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    • Bouncer and Security Guard Injuries in Kennesaw

      Many locals, tourists, and college students would agree that Kennesaw and the surrounding areas have some great watering holes. Locally, we have the SuBourbon Bar & Social Club, Hudson Grille, Mazzy’s ...

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    • The Importance of Epi Pens

      Allergic reactions occur in the United States every day. In fact, every three minutes someone visits an emergency room due to food allergic reaction. Because we do not all face food allergies on a ...

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    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

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    • Choosing the Right Nursing Home

      With Americans living longer than ever before, they are experiencing more age-related health problems, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia than they did in earlier generations. When loved ones now lives ...

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    • What to Do If You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse

      In August 2017, National Public Radio (NPR) published an eye-opening article on nursing home abuse entitled: “Serious Nursing Home Abuse Often Not Reported To Police, Federal Investigators Find.” In ...

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    • Signs of Nursing Home Neglect

      As our loved ones get older, it may eventually become too unsafe to allow them to live alone. So we are many times faced with a choice: care for them ourselves or seek outside assistance. The most ...

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    • What is Nursing Home Negligence?

      Do you suspect a loved one is being abused or neglected at a nursing home or long-term care facility? If you’re concerned, there is likely reason to be and there are steps you can take to protect ...

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    • Choosing the Right Nursing Home

      With Americans living longer than ever before, they are experiencing more age-related health problems, such as Alzheimer’s and dementia than they did in earlier generations. When loved ones now lives ...

      Read More
    • What to Do If You Suspect Nursing Home Abuse

      In August 2017, National Public Radio (NPR) published an eye-opening article on nursing home abuse entitled: “Serious Nursing Home Abuse Often Not Reported To Police, Federal Investigators Find.” In ...

      Read More
    • Romaine Lettuce Products Linked to E. Coli Outbreak

      A recent warning issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that all romaine lettuce in the United States and Canada should be thrown out immediately. This is likely something ...

      Read More
    • Can I Get Fired for Filing a Workers' Comp Claim?

      If you were recently injured in a workplace accident or if you are suffering from an occupational disease, you may be worried that if you file a workers’ compensation claim, your employer may decide ...

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    • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident

      In late March, Uber made national news after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. The car, a Volvo XC90 SUV, was equipped with a sensor system and in ...

      Read More
    • Are Backup Cameras Improving Safety?

      Most drivers who have used backup cameras in their vehicles would say, “Once you have a backup camera, it’s hard to go back.” Backup cameras have definitely improved the driving experience. They alert ...

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    • Preventing Traffic Jams

      The metro-Atlanta area is well known for higher than average levels of traffic. Because the city has such a large population and is used as a connector to more southern states, the number of ...

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    • Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson

      Thanksgiving is for many people one of the most anticipated holidays of the year, and it’s finally here! We all enjoy this time of joy, good food and fellowship with family and friends. As exciting as ...

      Read More
    • Midterm Elections Effects on Local Legislation

      A recent report has shown that early voting for the Georgia midterm election was the highest it has ever been. Friday, November 2, was the last day to early vote for the midterm elections, as November ...

      Read More
    • 2.4 Million Toyota Prius Vehicles Recalled

      Earlier this month, yet another automobile recall was announced – this time affecting Toyota hybrid cars. The potential defect is estimated to have affected 2.4 million vehicles worldwide, 807,000 of ...

      Read More
    • Wrongful Death Claims in Georgia

      You are likely familiar with Georgia’s homicide laws. Understandably, it’s against the law to take another person’s life. If someone intentionally kills another human being, they will likely face ...

      Read More
    • How Long Do I Have to File a Claim in Georgia?

      When it comes to injuring others, there are two types of injuries: intentional injuries and accidental injuries. In the first category, the at-fault party would likely be facing criminal charges for ...

      Read More
    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

      Read More
    • Keeping Your Home Safe for Trick-or-Treaters

      Halloween is an exciting time of year for both children and adults. Decorations, costumes and fall festivities are just a few things that make the holiday so thrilling. Especially around the Marietta ...

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    • Back to School – Time for Immunizations

      The new school year has begun for most of metro-Atlanta, which we all know comes with countless to do lists. Back to school shopping may be ending, but something parents should place high on the ...

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    • 4th of July Safety

      Celebrating the Fourth of July is an exciting tradition for many, especially when it’s full of special events with friends and loved ones. Plus, we all love a mid-week vacation day! We wish all our ...

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    • Romaine Lettuce Products Linked to E. Coli Outbreak

      A recent warning issued by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention stated that all romaine lettuce in the United States and Canada should be thrown out immediately. This is likely something ...

      Read More
    • 2.4 Million Toyota Prius Vehicles Recalled

      Earlier this month, yet another automobile recall was announced – this time affecting Toyota hybrid cars. The potential defect is estimated to have affected 2.4 million vehicles worldwide, 807,000 of ...

      Read More
    • Recall of Swiss Roll Snacks

      If it seems like we’ve posted frequently about food recalls and illnesses – it’s because we have. Salmonella seems to be a daily news topic these days, but we’re hopeful that reporting on these ...

      Read More
    • Emergency Vehicle Roadway Safety

      Car accidents are a common part of living in the metro-Atlanta community – from single vehicle crashes to 18-wheeler accidents. One type of common vehicle crashes oftentimes overlooked are those ...

      Read More
    • Motorcycle Awareness Month 2018

      May is Motorcycle Safety Month and serves as a reminder to us all the importance of safely sharing the road with motorcyclists. With the warm Georgia weather upon us, it’s likely you’ll start seeing ...

      Read More
    • Ford Recalls Millions of Vehicles

      The popular automotive manufacturer Ford recently recalled almost 1.5 million vehicles due to a serious steering wheel defect. The company announced that because of an issue with the steering bolts, ...

      Read More
    • Ford Recalls Millions of Vehicles

      The popular automotive manufacturer Ford recently recalled almost 1.5 million vehicles due to a serious steering wheel defect. The company announced that because of an issue with the steering bolts, ...

      Read More
    • Driving in Sleet or Snow in Metro Atlanta

      Nearly three years ago we were reminded how detrimental a snow storm can be in Atlanta and the surrounding areas. Icy weather conditions resulted in thousands being stranded, including students in ...

      Read More
    • National Teen Driver Safety Week is October 15-21, 2017

      This year marks the tenth year of National Teen Driver Safety Week, which is October 15 - 21. In an effort to raise awareness of teen driver safety, below are some of this year’s topics encouraged to ...

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    • Signs of Nursing Home Neglect

      As our loved ones get older, it may eventually become too unsafe to allow them to live alone. So we are many times faced with a choice: care for them ourselves or seek outside assistance. The most ...

      Read More
    • Toddler Swing Recall

      The popular children’s product manufacturing company Little Tikes recently announced a recall on 2-in-1 Snug ‘n Secure toddler swings. The swings are pink in color and are suspended by four yellow ...

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    • 3 Ways to Prevent Theft During the Holidays

      The holidays are upon us, and with them the last-minute trips to finish shopping lists. Cobb County is a popular shopping destination, with Town Center Mall and The Avenues so easy to access. Along ...

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    • Learn More About Your Auto Insurance Policy Coverage

      Last month we had the privilege of participating in the Cobb State Court’s “Knowledge Fair Week.” The Court staff enjoyed a nice lunch provided by Jones & Swanson while listening to Attorney’s Andrew ...

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    • Community Involvement in Cobb County

      At the Marietta law offices of Jones & Swanson, our attorneys are committed to community involvement. Cobb County has been our home for countless years, and we are excited to continue to grow in this ...

      Read More
    • Personal Injury Claim Services

      The first step towards a personal injury legal claim is educating yourself. By now you probably understand what a personal injury claim is and what types of cases that we represent at Jones & Swanson. ...

      Read More
    • Common Causes of Wrong Way Auto Accidents

      Georgia roadways and interstates are packed with vehicles every day – often times leading to auto accidents of all kinds. Of the many types of crashes, some that are less common but very dangerous are ...

      Read More
    • New Hands-Free Technology Law Effective in July

      Governor Nathan Deal recently signed House Bill 673, requiring Georgia drivers to use hands-free technology while using electronic devices when operating a vehicle. The bill will go into effect July ...

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    • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident

      In late March, Uber made national news after a pedestrian was struck and killed by a self-driving vehicle in Tempe, Arizona. The car, a Volvo XC90 SUV, was equipped with a sensor system and in ...

      Read More
    • Driving in Sleet or Snow in Metro Atlanta

      Nearly three years ago we were reminded how detrimental a snow storm can be in Atlanta and the surrounding areas. Icy weather conditions resulted in thousands being stranded, including students in ...

      Read More
    • Prep Your Car for Winter Weather

      Cold winter weather has finally arrived, which means you’ll want to prep your car accordingly. Whether you’re planning to travel long distances or just your typical daily commute, cold weather can be ...

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    • The Base of Automobile Safety: Tires

      Automobiles are made of countless parts and components, each with a specific purpose and responsibility to the overall health of the vehicle. One of the most important components of vehicle safety is ...

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    • See Tracks? Think Train.

      Railway safety may seem like common sense, but an alarmingly high number of drivers are not completely up-to-speed on train track regulations and safety standards. In a competition between a car ...

      Read More
    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

      Read More
    • Community Involvement in Cobb County

      At the Marietta law offices of Jones & Swanson, our attorneys are committed to community involvement. Cobb County has been our home for countless years, and we are excited to continue to grow in this ...

      Read More
    • See Tracks? Think Train.

      Railway safety may seem like common sense, but an alarmingly high number of drivers are not completely up-to-speed on train track regulations and safety standards. In a competition between a car ...

      Read More
    • Personal Injury Attorney Fees

      One of the most surprising revelations for Georgia personal injury plaintiffs is that there is no up-front fee or payment required. Jones & Swanson, like most personal injury and wrongful death law ...

      Read More
    • Community Involvement in Cobb County

      At the Marietta law offices of Jones & Swanson, our attorneys are committed to community involvement. Cobb County has been our home for countless years, and we are excited to continue to grow in this ...

      Read More
    • Cows Loose in Cobb County After Crash

      On Oct. 1, 2018, Channel 2 Action News reported on a cattle truck crash that occurred in Cobb County, which sent dozens of cows roaming the freeway. Around 3:30 a.m. on Monday, October 1st, the cattle ...

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    • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open

      Metro Atlanta commuters will have an opportunity to cut down on their daily commutes and time in their vehicles. After almost four years of construction, the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes opened ...

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    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

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    • Cows Loose in Cobb County After Crash

      On Oct. 1, 2018, Channel 2 Action News reported on a cattle truck crash that occurred in Cobb County, which sent dozens of cows roaming the freeway. Around 3:30 a.m. on Monday, October 1st, the cattle ...

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    • Northwest Corridor Express Lanes Now Open

      Metro Atlanta commuters will have an opportunity to cut down on their daily commutes and time in their vehicles. After almost four years of construction, the Northwest Corridor Express Lanes opened ...

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    • Determining Liability in Tractor Trailer Accidents

      Auto accidents involving semi-trucks are some of the most dangerous, and typically include a higher number of fatalities than other types of crashes. Atlanta is an extremely busy city for tractor ...

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    • Community Involvement in Cobb County

      At the Marietta law offices of Jones & Swanson, our attorneys are committed to community involvement. Cobb County has been our home for countless years, and we are excited to continue to grow in this ...

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    • Personal Injury Claim Services

      The first step towards a personal injury legal claim is educating yourself. By now you probably understand what a personal injury claim is and what types of cases that we represent at Jones & Swanson. ...

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    • What Makes Our Personal Injury Firm Stand Out

      In the metro-Atlanta area alone, there are countless personal injury law firms. These Georgia law firms vary in size, method, and overall ethical beliefs. It is important for Georgians to do the ...

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    • Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers' Comp Claim?

      Were you recently injured in a workplace accident ? If so, you may be worried that if you file a workers’ compensation claim, you’ll lose your job. While it’s unfortunate that many Georgia employees ...

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    • Can I Get Fired for Filing a Workers' Comp Claim?

      If you were recently injured in a workplace accident or if you are suffering from an occupational disease, you may be worried that if you file a workers’ compensation claim, your employer may decide ...

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    • Can I Be Fired for Filing a Workers' Comp Claim?

      Were you recently injured in a workplace accident ? If so, you may be worried that if you file a workers’ compensation claim, you’ll lose your job. While it’s unfortunate that many Georgia employees ...

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    • Can I Get Fired for Filing a Workers' Comp Claim?

      If you were recently injured in a workplace accident or if you are suffering from an occupational disease, you may be worried that if you file a workers’ compensation claim, your employer may decide ...

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    • Roof Falls and Liability

      As the holidays draw nearer and as the year comes to a close, many homeowners will be hiring workers to remove holiday decorations, perform home repairs, clean chimneys, and more. Anytime someone ...

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    • Football Season is Back

      Football season has arrived in Georgia! Game days can be exciting for so many varying reasons – from tailgating before a game, going to the event itself, hosting a party or watching a game over some ...

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    • Emergency Vehicle Roadway Safety

      Car accidents are a common part of living in the metro-Atlanta community – from single vehicle crashes to 18-wheeler accidents. One type of common vehicle crashes oftentimes overlooked are those ...

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    • 4th of July Safety

      Celebrating the Fourth of July is an exciting tradition for many, especially when it’s full of special events with friends and loved ones. Plus, we all love a mid-week vacation day! We wish all our ...

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