• Hartford J.D., at Hartford
  • CV13-6045350S
  • Dec 02 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Wiese, J.
Allegations that representatives of a nursing facility placed a heat pack on a patient's thigh, although they knew or should have known that the plaintiff suffered from paralysis and a loss of sensation in his thigh, and that the patient was injured, can be sufficient to allege common-law recklessness.

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