Only under the most compelling circumstances may the court set aside the jury verdict because to do so interferes with a litigant's constitutional right in appropriate cases to have the issues of fact decided by a jury," pursuant to Hunte v. Amica Mutual Insurance Co., a 2002 decision of the Connecticut Appellate Court.
Trosan v. Velky
February 11, 2013
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