2020 CRB Opinions

pertaining to

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


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Arrico v. Stamford
Case No. 6345 CRB-7-19-9  —  November 17, 2020

Bernard v. ShopRite Supermarket
Case No. 6328 CRB-4-19-5  —  October 15, 2020

Dipisa v. Bethel Health & Rehabilitation Center
Case No. 6334 CRB-7-19-6  —  September 23, 2020

LeFevre v. TPC Associates, Inc.
Case No. 6297 CRB 4-18-11  —  January 17, 2020

Orzech v. Giacco Oil Company
Case Nos. 6307 CRB-8-19-2 & 6308 CRB-8-19-2  —  January 30, 2020

Reveron v. Compass Group
Case No. 6358 CRB-5-19-11  —  September 16, 2020

Schreckengost v. Zwally Hauling
Case No. 6323 CRB-4-19-5  —  July 15, 2020

Secula v. SBC/SNET
Case No. 6314 CRB-5-19-3  —  March 10, 2020

Velky v. Regional School District #12
Case No. 6368 CRB-7-20-1  —  December 3, 2020


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