Estate of John K. v. National Pharmacy Chain
Union County, Georgia
Attorney for Plaintiff: Robert M. Roselli
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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