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Workers' Compensation, Medical Malpractice, Nursing Home, Car Accident
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SAMPLE LEGAL CASES

Gambardella v. Apple Health Care, Inc.

The plaintiff, Laurie Gambardella, filed a defamation action against the defendants, Apple Health Care, Inc. (Apple), Waterbury Extended Care Facility, Inc. (facility), and facility administrator John Sweeney, alleging that they had communicated false accusations of theft to others in ...

Dias v. Grady

... express any opinion as to whether the perceived deviations from the standard of care actually caused [Dias'] claimed damages." After a hearing, the trial court concluded that § 52-190a requires only that a plaintiff provide a written opinion from a similar health care provider that ...

Rios v. CCMC CORPORATION

... 05-275, § 2 (PA 05-275), required that persons filing legal actions claiming medical negligence, filed on or after October 1, 2005, must annex to the complaint a written and signed opinion of a similar health care provider stating that there appears to be evidence of medical ...