Jones & Swanson Attorney Recognition

Georgians searching for an injury lawyer have many choices – the
sheer number of which can be overwhelming. There are many factors that
go into making the right choice for the attorney to represent your injury
claim. Locality, experience, community involvement, and client satisfaction
are some of the most important.

GTLA Champion 2017

Our attorneys work diligently to represent each client to the highest of
their abilities. Because of their commitment and great work ethic, it
is fulfilling when they are acknowledged publicly with industry awards. Both
Andrew Jones and
Chase Swanson were recently chosen to receive the GTLA Champion award and American Institute
of Legal Counsel’s Georgia Personal Injury 10 Best Client Satisfaction
award for the 2017 year.

Georgia Trial Lawyers Association Champion’s titles are awarded by
the President of the GTLA. This award is based on community involvement
and success in the Georgia legal industry.

The American Institute of Legal Counsel selects ten attorneys from each
state in six divisions, of which Andrew and Chase won the personal injury
division. The purpose of this Client Satisfaction award is to assist clients
in selecting the best attorney from the vast number of choices. American
Institute recognizes excellence in both the attorney and their level of
client satisfaction. To win the award, attorneys must be nominated by
at least one other attorney and must excel in client satisfaction, having
no negative feedback and a 10/10 ranking. The 10 Best list is described
as “an exclusive position that is an honor to behold”, so
we are thrilled that both Andrew and Chase received the award this year.

Congratulations to Andrew and Chase on these accomplishments! They are
well deserved and exciting for the Jones & Swanson team.

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