In its 2011 decision in Crews v. Pudlinski, the Connecticut Appellate Court explained that "in a case in which the general verdict rule operates, if any ground for the verdict is proper, the verdict must stand; only if every ground is improper does the verdict fall..." At age 15, James Malaguit went to a ski area owned and operated by Ski Sundown, Inc.
Malaguit v. Ski Sundown, Inc.
Connecticut Appellate Court
July 2, 2012
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