Non-Delegable Duty Does Not Obviate Need to Prove Possession and Control
In Millette v. Connecticut Post Limited Partnership (AC 34059), the plaintiff, a security guard for a construction site, was injured when he was caused to fall on a stairway covered by scaffolding . . .
SUPREME COURT EXTENDS ABSOLUTE IMMUNITY FOR ATTORNEYS TO CLAIMS OF FRAUD
Connecticut Supreme Court Rules That Accidental Failure of Suit Statute May Not be Available When Plaintiff Fails to Comply With C.G.S. § 52-190a
In Santorso v. Bristol Hospital, 308 Conn. 338 (2013), the Connecticut Supreme Court reiterated its holding from Plante v. Charlotte Hungerford Hospital, 300 Conn. 33 (2011) concerning the availability . . .
Beverly Knapp Anderson
Nurse Paralegal Becomes President-Elect of AALNC
Julie Dickinson MBA, BSN, RN, LNCC, our Nurse Paralegal, has been elected by the Board of Directors of the American Association of Legal Nurse Consultants (AALNC) to the position of President-Elect. . . .
After Third Try, Case Dismissed and Decision Affirmed on Appeal
A medical malpractice action was commenced against an oral and maxillofacial surgeon. Appended to the plaintiff’s Complaint was a letter from a health care provider purporting to comply with the . . .
Appellate Court Affirms Defendant's Verdict