2019 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

Sec. 7-433a, 7-433b & 7-433c. Heart and Hypertension Act.


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Arlio v. Trumbull
Case No. 6284 CRB 4-18-8  —  July 25, 2019

Brennan v. City of Waterbury
Case No. 6065 CRB-5-15-12  —  May 16, 2019

Brocuglio v. Thompsonville Fire District #2
Case No. 6165 CRB-1-16-12  —  July 17, 2019

Costanzo v. Stamford
Case No. 6274 CRB-7-18-5  —  May 3, 2019

Coughlin v. City of Stamford Fire Department
Case No. 6218 CRB-5-17-9  —  February 15, 2019

Gentle v. Stamford
Case No. 6264 CRB 3-18-4  —  May 30, 2019

Mangione v. West Hartford
Case No. 6268 CRB-6-18-4  —  April 12, 2019

Martinoli v. Stamford Police Dept.
Case No. 6271 CRB-7-18-5  —  April 24, 2019

Perry v. Danbury
Case No. 6209 CRB-4-17-8  —  February 25, 2019

Vitti v. Milford
Case No. 6246 CRB-4-18-2  —  January 17, 2019

Wilson v. Stamford
Case No. 6309 CRB 7-19-2  —  December 13, 2019


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