Gordon McKernan Injury Attorney Ryan Lloyd Nominated for the Top 20 under 40 Young Professionals of Northeast Louisiana  

Each year, the Monroe Chamber of Commerce and the Northeast Louisiana Young Professionals select outstanding young professionals who are advancing in their careers, remaining active in the community, and who are dedicated to making Northeast Louisiana a better place to live and work. This year, Ryan Lloyd, an attorney at Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys in Monroe, was…

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Gordon’s Grads Launches Contest to Bring Awareness to Community Service – Louisiana High School Seniors Can Win a Laptop

As part of its effort to encourage community service, Gordon’s Grads is proud to announce its newest contest for Louisiana high school seniors. Gordon Gives is the charity arm of Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys. This program allows Gordon Mckernan and Gordon Mckernan Injury Attorneys to give back to the communities they serve.   From May 10,…

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Gordon McKernan’s 12 Months of Giving: April

Put down the phone and pay attention: April is National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. According to NSC, more than 700 people per day are injured in distracted driving crashes. People struggle with so many distractions while driving – whether it be texting, changing the song on the radio, setting the navigation, putting on makeup, and…

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Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys Expands Footprint in Alexandria 

Open House and FREE lunch on April 8th, 2021 March 22, 2021 (Alexandria, LA) – Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys, a leading provider of quality legal services throughout the state of Louisiana, is excited to announce an office move in Alexandria, LA. Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys has moved to 4207 Parliament Dr. Suite A, Alexandria, LA 71303. In…

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Gordon McKernan’s Twelve Months of Giving: March

Happy March! Every year, this month is dedicated to honoring women’s contributions in American History. To celebrate women and support women-owned businesses, we are giving away 6 women-owned gift baskets across the state of Louisiana! Each gift basket includes: 1 Louisiana coffee mug from Hands Producing Hope 1 Swell Bottle 1 bag of Purely Elizabeth Granola 1 Turbie Twist Hair…

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Gordon McKernan’s Twelve Months of Giving: February

To honor and celebrate Black History Month, we have teamed up with black-owned businesses across the state of Louisiana for our February giveaway. We think it is essential to respect and support black-owned businesses this month and every month. We will be giving away TWO $100 gift cards in the cities listed below to the following black-owned…

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Your Virtually Perfect Guide to Mardi Gras 2021

Laissez Les Bons Temps Rouler! Celebrating Mardi Gras During a Pandemic The parades might be canceled, but you can’t truly cancel Mardi Gras any more than you can cancel Christmas! Mardi Gras is a season, a spirit, a tradition! It is more than the decorations or the parades. Although we are disappointed, we will not…

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Gordon McKernan’s Twelve Months of Giving

Thank you to all who participated in our Top Fan AirPod giveaway! Your support and love do not go unnoticed. Due to such an amazing turnout, we have decided to host a full year of giveaways! We are excited to announce our newest endeavor, Gordon McKernan’s Twelve Months of Giving! We have always believed it…

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GMIA to Host Mobile Blood Drive in Baton Rouge

Due to the coronavirus pandemic many businesses and industries are feeling the impacts of the recent stay-at-home order. This includes local hospitals that are facing a shortage of blood supplies. As emergencies never stop occurring and hospitals resume surgical procedures, it is important that we do our part to help replenish these supplies.  At Gordon McKernan Injury…

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#MaskUp Louisiana FREE Mask Giveaways as Louisiana Opens

Gordon McKernan Injury Attorneys | May 8, 2020 Updated 5/22/2020 As Louisiana works to open its doors, many citizens will need masks to protect themselves against the virus and follow guidelines set by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.  According to the CDC website, “CDC recommends wearing cloth face coverings in public settings where other…

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