2016 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 31-307. Total disability and occupational disease.


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Allen v. Connecticut Transit
Case No. 6036 CRB-3-15-9  —  June 9, 2016

Charles v. Bimbo Foods, Inc.
Case No. 5986 CRB-7-15-2  —  November 30, 2016

Dahle v. Stop & Shop
Case No. 6035 CRB-6-15-10  —  August 8, 2016

Diaz v. State of Connecticut/Department of Social Services South Central Region
Case No. 6072 CRB-3-16-1  —  December 22, 2016

Liano v. City of Bridgeport
Case No. 6010 CRB-4-15-4  —  April 22, 2016

Mikucka v. St. Lucian’s Residence, Inc.
Case No. 6051 CRB-6-15-11  —  September 14, 2016

Ramsahai v. Coca Cola Bottling Company
Case No. 5991 CRB-1-15-2  —  January 26, 2016

Rios v. Boehle’s Express
Case No. 6027 CRB-6-15-9  —  June 21, 2016

Rivera v. Patient Care of CT
Case No. 6005 CRB-6-15-4  —  April 12, 2016

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

Singh v. CVS
Case No. 6038 CRB-7-15-10  —  July 20, 2016


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