2016 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-306. Dependents’ compensation.


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McCullough v. Swan Engraving, Inc. et al.
Case No. 5875 CRB-4-13-8  —  February 11, 2016

Quinn et al. v. Stone & Webster Engineering Corp. et al.
Case No. 6016 CRB-8-15-5  —  March 31, 2016

Rock v. State of Connecticut University of Connecticut
Case No. 5891 CRB-2-13-10  —  September 12, 2016

Sneed v. PSEG Power LLC of CT & United Illuminating et al.
Case No. 5988 CRB-3-15-2  —  February 18, 2016


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