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Articles in Category: Services Retained

Forrest B. Johnson and Associates Retained to Represent the Family of a 5–year-old Who Was Struck and Killed by a FedEx Truck

Forrest B. Johnson and Associates Retained to Represent the Family of  a 5–year-old Who Was Struck and Killed by a  FedEx Truck

Tuesday afternoon, December 11, 2012, a 5-year old victim was struck by a FedEx vehicle within a few feet from his home in the Kensington Station Apartments in DeKalb County, Georgia. The victim was a kindergarten student at Midway Elementary School. He was a son, a grandson, a little brother, a nephew, a friend - he was loved. The 5 year old's parents and family are heartbroken and devastated by the loss of this little boy. Several witnesses to this event, many of whom are children, are also traumatized by the event.

Forrest B. Johnson & Associates Represents The Family Of Swainsboro Accident Victim

Forrest B. Johnson & Associates Represents The Family Of Swainsboro Accident Victim

On February 26, 2013, Whitney Johnson was a passenger in a vehicle traveling on State Road 129 when another vehicle negligently intersected the roadway causing a horrific rollover collision.  Tragically, Whitney died on February 27, 2013 as a result of injuries sustained in the collision.  Whitney will be dearly missed by her three young children, parents, siblings and friends.

Forrest B. Johnson and Associates Represents the Family of an Unarmed Man who was Shot and Killed by Macon Police at a local Kroger

Forrest B. Johnson and Associates Represents the Family of  an Unarmed Man who was Shot and Killed by Macon Police at a local Kroger

On Friday afternoon, December 21, 2012, Sammie Davis, Jr., age 49, was visiting a local Kroger as he had done on many occasions.  For reasons still unknown, he was shot multiple times in the chest by Macon Police Officer Clayton Sutton in the Kroger parking lot.  At the time of this shooting, Mr. Davis was unarmed.  To date, the Macon Police Department has been unable to shed any light on what caused Officer Sutton to shoot an unarmed in the chest multiple times.