In December of 2011, Wanda Wright Brown was admitted to Emory University Hospital in Atlanta, Georgia for a simple surgical procedure - a thyroidectomy. Hours after the procedure, Ms. Brown began to develop a neck hematoma which went undiagnosed and resulted in respiratory distress, cardiac arrest and ultimately her death.
In June of 2011, 9-year-old Jakob “J.J” Peters was swimming with friends in a private pond when he drowned. On June 12, 2013, Forrest B. Johnson & Associates filed a wrongful death lawsuit in the Superior Court of Terrell County against Owen Parnacott, the owner of the six-foot deep man-made pond where young Jakob drowned.
During the early morning hours of March 25, 2013, firefighters were called to investigate smoke inside the Rosewood Nursing Center on Finney Circle in Macon, Georgia. Upon investigation, a fire was discovered in the mechanical room. Smoke filled the room of a nursing home resident woman. Tragically, she suffered fatal smoke inhalation.