The trial court properly granted the defendants' motions for summary judgment on the ground that the allegations in the complaint sounded in medical malpractice rather than ordinary negligence and, as a result, that the plaintiff was required to disclose an expert witness which he did not do.
Jefferson v. Waveny Care Center, Inc.
Connecticut Appellate Court
April 11, 2012
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