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Connecticut law changes frequently through judicial decisions, legislation and regulation. Thus, any information set forth herein is not intended to answer questions regarding specific claims.

Lori M. Dion is a Connecticut attorney. The law of other jurisdictions may differ. If you and your case have no connection to Connecticut, the information on this site will probably not apply to your situation. You may wish to contact an attorney in the appropriate jurisdiction.

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