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  • Driving Safely Despite Sunlight Glare
    Driving Safely Despite Sunlight Glare

    We’ve experienced a few unseasonably warm days in Marietta and surrounding areas recently, with the sun making a welcome appearance as well. While we all enjoy a break from the bitter cold ...

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  • It Could Be Days Before You Realize the Extent of Your Injuries
    It Could Be Days Before You Realize the Extent of Your Injuries

    When people are involved in car crashes , it’s not uncommon for them to mistakenly believe they’re not hurt, only for serious pain to arise days after the accident. Why does this happen? It can be ...

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  • Toyota, Lexus and Scion Takata Airbag Recalls
    Toyota, Lexus and Scion Takata Airbag Recalls

    Toyota recently announced a major air bag recall affecting around 1.7 million vehicles in North America. The defective air bags are manufactured by Takata, the same company involved in countless air ...

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  • Low Impact Car Accidents That Still Cause High-Level Injuries
    Low Impact Car Accidents That Still Cause High-Level Injuries

    Some people speculate that a “low-impact” car crash will not lead to serious injuries, but this theory is simply not true in many cases. According to DriversEducationUSA.com , a DMV-approved site, “A ...

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  • Distracted driving on the rise during the holidays
    Distracted driving on the rise during the holidays

    The holiday season is in full swing, bringing crowded roadways to the metro Cobb County area. The time between Thanksgiving and New Year’s tends to be one of the most dangerous times to drive. One ...

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  • Happy Thanksgiving from Jones & Swanson
    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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