The plaintiff, Sabrina Loeb, and her husband, Tom Loeb, went to the Crystal Mall Sunday morning May 31, 2015 to shop for drapes. Most stores in the mall did not open until 11:00 a.m. but mall doors were open at 9:00 a.m. to allow employees to get to their shops and also to allow people.
Attorneys Jay Huntington and Kelly Wall recently secured a defense verdict for the Town of South Windsor after it was sued by two residents for allegedly creating a nuisance. The residents claimed this nuisance deprived them of the use and enjoyment of their home. Like many towns, South Windsor maintains public parks that support a.
Porto, a customer at Petco, filed suit when she was injured after a slip and fall on dog urine inside the store. The trial court determined that the mode of operation rule did not apply to pet stores and injuries caused by dog urine. The plaintiff appealed, arguing that the mode of operation rule would.
Attorney Ralph Eddy successfully defended a home owner in a case tried to a jury in New Britain, Connecticut. In an unusual twist, the incident happened at a home in Vermont owned by the defendant; the plaintiff was a friend and was visiting one weekend. The plaintiff alleged that he slipped and fell on an.