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  • Motorcycle Awareness Month 2018
    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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  • 200 Million+ Eggs Recalled Following Salmonella Outbreak
    200 Million+ Eggs Recalled Following Salmonella Outbreak

    It was announced earlier this week that more than 206 million eggs have been recalled due to threat of salmonella contamination. Fortunately, no deaths have been reported as a result of the outbreak, ...

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  • Monat Shampoo Complaints
    Monat Shampoo Complaints

    The South-Florida based hair care company, Monat Global Corp, has been in recent news after hundreds of consumers voiced complaints of severe scalp stores, breakage and excessive hair loss. Reports ...

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  • Is My Personal Injury Settlement Taxable?
    Is My Personal Injury Settlement Taxable?

    Having just wrapped up the 2018 tax season, taxes are fresh on everybody’s minds. Since nobody wants to be charged with tax evasion, it’s important to consider the tax consequences of all financial ...

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  • Andrew Jones Recognized in Top 25 Motor Vehicle Trial Lawyers Association
    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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  • Uber Self-Driving Vehicle Testing Halts Following Pedestrian Accident
    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 ...

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