Executive Gets $1.2 Million In Workers' Comp Settlement

, The Connecticut Law Tribune

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"In the workers' compensation arena there is no compensation for pain and suffering, which is something that normally adds significant damage elements to a normal personal injury claim," said Sgrignari.

Buonopane, the defense lawyer representing Pitney Bowes, declined to comment for this article.

Sgrignari said Buonopane handled the claim professionally and demonstrated a "genuine compassion" toward Thornton "while ably representing the legal interests of his clients." •

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