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Atlanta has a huge racing problem. When the Covid-19 pandemic kept us home for weeks, police in many Georgia counties began to receive complaints about excessive street racing and dangerous driving. Some of these high-speed, drag racing incidents have resulted in serious injury and even death. Earlier this year, Georgia Governor Brian Kemp signed bill...
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We only take Driver’s Ed once, but driving laws tend to change almost every year and even the most experienced drivers may not be aware.  We want you to make good decisions when on the road amongst others. Get to know these 10 vital Georgia driving laws that could change how we navigate the roads...
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Car accidents happen everyday; almost always unexpectedly. It’s normal to panic and not remember everything you need to do to protect yourself when on the scene. From fender benders to t-bone collisions and more serious car crashes, what you do immediately after a car accident matters. Keep this copy of our car accident checklist handy...
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The Covid-19 pandemic in 2020 left many businesses shuttered for longer than they ever expected. One of the most affected industries included restaurants, hotels and entertainment venues. Nearly 400,000 jobs where people dine or consume beverages were lost due to the pandemic; leaving many restaurateurs and owners wondering what they can do to save their...
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It’s our pleasure to share that The Brogdon Firm, LLC will be recognized in the University of Georgia Alumni Association’s 2021 Bulldog 100 list of fastest-growing businesses for the second year in a row. UGA’s Bulldog 100 acknowledges top businesses and organizations owned or operated by UGA Alumni, every year. Over 429 businesses were nominated...
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My journey has been characterized by moments of quiet stillness that make you believe that you are safe, only to be jerked up and down, and side to side – ribs pressing against the overhead harness, out of breath, exhilarated and at the same time drained. The rides speed around curves, carrying hopeful but cautious...
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Since 2014, Gino has been serving with Big Brothers Big Sisters of Metro Atlanta. For National Mentoring Month, Gino was able to share a look into his life as a mentor and brother to his “little”, Javon. Check out their evening playing games at the Andrew and Walter Young YMCA and see more about how...
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As we drove to my first orthopedic specialist appointment, we approached the corner of Boulevard and Memorial. My wife had taken off work to drive me and I found myself again a passenger at the intersection. We slowed at the light. It was the first time I had seen where the two roads converged in...
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It was my favorite kind of Georgia Night, luke warm with a light breeze. It had been so hot during the day, I specifically remember the breeze walking onto the porch at Rathbuns. We sat and talked about law school, food, cases and, mostly, the people walking on the Beltline. Easy night. Simple fun.After an...
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