Family Of Tree-Cutting Victim Settles For $950,000

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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Mary Ann L. Ostop, Administratrix of the Estate of George C. Roselli v. Maximum Tree Service LLC: The family of a man who was killed after getting hit in the head by a tree that was being cut down will collect $950,000 after settling their lawsuit against the company hired by the town of Simsbury to do the work.

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  • Cathie Reese

    Geomatrix Productions is proud to have been selected by Plaintiff Attorney John Houlihan to tell the story of this very vibrant and active retiree. Settlement videos remain a great tool to reveal the subtleties and richness of a life that has been lost, regardless of age or circumstance.

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