A WARNER ROBBINS MAN KILLED IN TRUCKING ACCIDENT
A Warner Robins veteran was driving his car on a main road in Macon, Georgia. At that same time a, tractor-trailer was exciting a private drive-way and pulled into his path causing a fatal collision. The Warner Robins man died at the scene as a result of his injuries.
Michael Thorpe was operating his pickup truck eastbound on Interstate 16 on December 3, 2013. At the same time, a log truck operated on behalf of Kenswood Farm Services, LLC was traveling eastbound. The log truck pulled into the path of another oncoming vehicle causing it to collide with a guardrail and then strike Mr. Thorpe’s pickup truck. This collision caused Mr. Thorpe’s pick-up to flip several times, ejecting him from his vehicle. Mr. Thorpe sustained fatal injuries as a result of this accident.
Attorneys Forrest B. Johnson, Jim N. Peterson and Renee Y. Little reached a confidential settlement in a medical malpractice case against medical providers who failed to provide proper post-operative care to a surgical patient.
On March 8, 2014, Andre Grier was in his mother’s apartment when an explosion and fire occurred causing serious burn injuries to Mr. Grier. An investigation into this event revealed that the explosion was caused by the ignition of an R22a refrigerant that was used to charge his mother’s air conditioning units. The investigation further revealed that R22a was not an approved refrigerant for the air conditioning units due to its propensity to cause an explosion.