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It was alleged that the landlord knew or should have known that a dangerous individual with a history of criminal activity resided on the leased premises, such that the landlord should have known that a substantial likelihood existed that the…
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CT INJURY LAW – Premises liability claim allowed for wedding guest injured on dance floor

Peter K. O'Keefe

by Peter K. O'Keefe
November 13, 2015

Where the plaintiff that alleged that a dance floor was too crowded to be safe, the Superior Court held that a claim was stated for premises liability.  The plaintiff was attending a wedding reception and allegedly slipped and fell while…
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CT WRONGFUL DEATH – Connecticut Appellate Court reverses summary judgment for fire marshal arising out of fire at affordable housing unit

Matthew J. O'Keefe

by Matthew J. O'Keefe
November 13, 2015

The case arose out of a fire that occurred in an affordable housing unit in Bridgeport.  The fire allegedly originated in the plaintiff/decedent’s oven in the apartment.  The State Police and fire department concluded from the location of the bodies…
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CT CONSTRUCTION LAW – Appellate Court holds that claim not raised in arbitration proceeding is not barred in subsequent litigation by res judicata

Matthew J. O'Keefe

by Matthew J. O'Keefe
November 10, 2015

The State of Connecticut had hired Bacon Construction Company to perform masonry work and related services at the York Correctional Institution in Niantic.  After the work was completed, Bacon filed a claim with the American Arbitration Association, and won $82,812.00…
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INSURANCE LAW – Homeowners policy held not to cover alleged misrepresentation in property disclosure statement

Joseph M. Busher

by Joseph M. Busher
November 10, 2015

In a declaratory judgment action, the homeowners insurer sought a declaration that it had no duty to defend its insured.  The insured had been named as a defendant in a lawsuit alleging that the insured represented on a property disclosure…
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INJURY LAW – Connecticut Appellate Court reverses, in part, summary judgment for the Metropolitan District Commission arising out of flooding allegations

Philip R. Dunn

by Philip R. Dunn
November 06, 2015

The plaintiff alleged that she sustained property damage and personal injury as a result of two incidents in which raw sewage flooded her basement.  The first incident allegedly occurred in October of 2005, and the second incident occurred in March…
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