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Hazardous conditions on someone else's property are the cause of countless injuries to persons each year. Every day people are injured in stores, restaurants, hotels, parks, parking lots, recreation areas and other public areas. Sometimes these injuries can occur in someone's home, apartment or condominium complex. Whether the property is owned by an individual or a company, the law requires that the property be maintained in a safe condition, free of hazards that can cause serious harm. This includes preventing trip hazards and slip hazards, as well as securing the property and persons from the threat of criminal attack that is foreseeable and preventable if proper measures are taken.

At Roselli & Associates. P.A. we recognize that handling these cases require an aggressive and thorough investigation along with a compassionate understanding of the needs of our client during the difficult period that follows. Our hard work and commitment to seeking justice for our clients and their loved ones, is the driving force behind our reputation and our success in obtaining significant recoveries for our clients.

If you or a loved one is the victim of a property owner 's failure to maintain or secure its property or premises, contact us so we may evaluate your case and get the compensation that is deserved.

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Roselli & Associates represented Mrs. K, the widow of an eighty-three year old Georgia man who was diagnosed with gout and prescribed Colchicine to relieve his foot swelling and pain. Mrs. K filled the prescription at a nationally known pharmacy where the pharmacist negligently gave incorrect instructions that called for taking the tablets every two minutes instead of every two hours. Sadly, Mr. K took the medication "as directed" and became gravely ill from the overdose, suffered a stroke and died shortly thereafter. A settlement for Mr. K's grieving widow was reached with the pharmacy in excess of Georgia's $350,000 cap on non-economic damages.

Like Florida, the state of Georgia has recently enacted unjust laws limiting compensation for victims and their families while protecting the state's corporate and medical elite.


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