Darelyn Haynes v. Fountain View Condominiums: When she fell down a stairwell in the common area of her Groton condominium in December 2003, Darelyn Haynes suffered a herniated disc. The railing had been repaired with duct tape, and gave way when she was using the stairs to visit another tenant. A different tenant testified that, three years earlier, she had repaired the railing temporarily with duct tape and reported it to an officer of the condominium association.
Verdicts & Settlements
Duct Tape Repair Job Leads To $742K Award
The Connecticut Law Tribune
November 27, 2006
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