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Defense Verdict Delivered In Postal Carrier Lawsuit

Falling wall of metal mailboxes had injured woman's foot

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

ibLiz Cyr v. Maritime Properties Corp.:/b/i A woman who has been unable to work since mailboxes lining the wall of an apartment complex fell on her foot couldn't to convince a jury that the building owners were liable for the accident. Liz Cyr, 45 of Milford, was delivering mail for the U.S. Postal Service on July 15, 2005 at the Corset Factory, an upscale apartment complex owned by Maritime Properties in South Norwalk.

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