As the Connecticut Supreme Court explained in the 1926 case of Madore v. New Departure Manufacturing Company, "[t]he fact that injuries, whether from accident or disease, happen contemporaneously or coincidently with the employment affords no basis for an award under [Connecticut's Workers' Compensation Act.]"
Loehfelm v. Town of Stratford Board of Education
Compensation Review Board
December 24, 2012
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