2018 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

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


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Bard v. Grade A Shoprite of Southbury
Case No. 6194 CRB-1-17-5  —  October 3, 2018

Cassella v. O & G Industries
Case No. 6017 CRB-4-15-5  —  June 27, 2018

LaLuna v. Connecticut Air Systems, Inc.
Case No. 6188 CRB-3-17-4  —  May 16, 2018

Pereira v. State of Connecticut/Department of Developmental Services
Case No. 6204 CRB-3-17-6  —  August 1, 2018

Spillane v. Yale University
Case No. 6192 CRB-5-17-4  —  August 9, 2018

Thelors v. Jewish Home for the Elderly
Case No. 6155 CRB-4-16-11  —  April 10, 2018


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