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Lumber Yard Negligence Leads To $575,000 Injury

The Connecticut Law Tribune

biRobert Franco v. Interstate Mill and Lumber Yard/i:/b A building contractor was shopping for supplies at Stamford's Interstate Mill and Lumber Yard when an employee threw a 70 pound bundle of insulation from the second story of a barn. The bale of six rolls knocked Robert Franco to the ground. Left dazed, he refused immediate medical attention. But over the next few days, he developed neck pain and other symptoms.

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