The concerns that caused the Connecticut Supreme Court to abrogate the superseding cause doctrine in the 2003 case of Barry v. Quality Steel Products, Inc., are not implicated in the workers' compensation scheme, which in contrast to Connecticut's comparative negligence tort scheme, is a no-fault compensation system that imposes a form of strict liability on employers.
Sapko v. State
Connecticut Supreme Court
June 18, 2012
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