2013 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-294d. Medical treatment; physician authorization; pecuniary liability.


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Aylward v. City of Bristol/Board of Education
Case No. 5756 CRB-6-12-5  —  May 15, 2013

Bombria v. Anthony J. Bonafine et al.
Case No. 5740 CRB-2-12-3  —  March 6, 2013

Bryant v. Pitney Bowes, Inc.
Case No. 5723 CRB-7-12-1  —  January 24, 2013

Dorenbosch v. Hoffman Landscapes
Case No. 5734 CRB-7-12-2  —  February 14, 2013

Dubrosky v. Boehringer Ingelheim Corporation
Case No. 5682 CRB-4-11-9  —  November 13, 2013

Kingston v. Town of Seymour
Case No. 5789 CRB-5-12-10  —  September 10, 2013

Osborn v. Lowe’s Home Centers, Inc.
Case No. 5800 CRB-5-12-11  —  October 28, 2013

Putney v. Town of Guilford
Case No. 5732 CRB-3-12-2  —  February 5, 2013

Sellers v. Sellers Garage
Case No. 5755 CRB-5-12-5  —  June 12, 2013

Wilson v. Maefair Health Care Centers
Case No. 5773 CRB-4-12-8  —  August 8, 2013


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