The 1994 Connecticut Appellate Court case of Borent v. State continues to be the touchstone case as to the timeliness of claims filed for repetitive trauma injuries, ruling that "where the injury claimed, as in many hearing loss cases, results from repetitive trauma we have held the date of injury to be the last date of exposure to the incidents of repetitive trauma, ie., the last day worked."
Palmieri v. Simkins Industries, Inc.
Compensation Review Board
November 5, 2012
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