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Carnival Ride Injuries Expose Many To Lawsuits

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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It wasn't all fun and games at the Oyster Festival in Norwalk earlier this month. In fact, for any parent who's ever brought their kid to a fair, it was their worst nightmare.

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  • Leagle11

    All the talk is about insurance and how much coverage there is. Or that the State has immunity. Nothing is mentioned about whether or not someone is at fault (except a quick comment about the poor individual operator). It would be refreshing if the attorneys would first discuss concepts such as fault and blame and not how much insurance coverage there is to tap into.

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