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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Stearns & Wheeler, LLC v. Kowalsky Bros., Inc.

... [8]. The trial court granted the defendant's motion for summary judgment. In its memorandum of decision, the trial court stated: "The CUTPA claim in this case arises out of the personal injury and death of [the defendant's employees]. ...

Jaiguay v. Vasquez

... Generally, then, all rights and claims between employers and employees, or their representatives or dependents, arising out of personal injury or death sustained in the course of employment are abolished as a result of the act's exclusivity bar. ...

Williams v. STATE, JUDICIAL BRANCH

... Section 31-284(a) provides in relevant part that "compensation shall not be paid when the personal injury [to the employee] has been caused by the wilful and serious misconduct of the injured employee 389...." Our Supreme Court has recognized that "wilful and serious ...