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Comp Law Didn't Make Fire Co. Vicariously Liable for Volunteer's Alleged Negligence

By WorkCompCentral

Monday, April 16, 2018 | 205 | 0 | 70 min read

The Connecticut Appellate Court ruled that the state's workers' compensation laws did not allow a fire company to be held vicariously liable for a volunteer firefighter’s alleged negligence in causing a motorcycle accident. Case: Fiano v. Old Saybrook Fire Co. No. 1, No. AC 39321, 04/10/2018, published. Facts: Michael A. Fiano suffered injuries in an accident in October 2013 when his motorcycle collided with a vehicle that James Smith was operating. According to Fiano, Smith had abruptly pulled out in front of him from the driveway of a property owned by the Old Sayb...

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