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Sec. 52-555. Actions for injuries resulting in death.
Sec. 52-555a. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse independent for determination of damages.
Sec. 52-555b. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse to be joined with all actions re death of spouse.
Sec. 52-555c. Statute of limitations. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse contingent upon proof of facts for wrongful death.
Sec. 52-555d. Eligibility for workers' compensation benefits bar to action for loss of consortium against employer.
Sec. 52-556. Actions for injuries caused by motor vehicles owned by the state.
Sec. 52-557. Injury to children being transported to school.
Sec. 52-557a. Standard of care owed social invitee.
Sec. 52-557b. "Good samaritan law". Immunity from liability for emergency medical assistance, first aid or medication by injection. School personnel not required to administer or render.
Sec. 52-557c. Standard of care applicable to owners and operators of school buses.
Sec. 52-557d. Defense of charitable immunity abolished.
Sec. 52-557e. Immunity of physicians from liability for uncompensated service on hospital utilization review committee.
Sec. 52-557f. Landowner liability for recreational use of land. Definitions.
Sec. 52-557g. Liability of owner of land available to public for recreation; exceptions.
Sec. 52-557h. Owner liable, when.
Sec. 52-557i. Obligation of user of land.
Sec. 52-557j. Liability of landowner upon whose land snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, minibikes or minicycles are operated.
Sec. 52-557k. Liability of landowner who allows persons to harvest firewood or fruits or vegetables.
Sec. 52-557l. Immunity from liability of persons who donate food and of nonprofit organizations or corporations that distribute donated food.
Sec. 52-557m. Immunity from liability of directors, officers and trustees of nonprofit tax-exempt organizations.
Sec. 52-557n. Liability of political subdivision and its employees, officers and agents. Liability of members of local boards and commissions.
Sec. 52-557o. Liability of land surveyors.
Sec. 52-557p. (Formerly Sec. 52-577p). Assumption of risk by person engaged in recreational equestrian activities, when.
Sec. 52-557q. Immunity from liability of broadcaster that broadcasts emergency alert and information concerning child abduction. Immunity from liability of outdoor advertising establishment.
Sec. 52-558. Liability for placing obstructions in highway.
Sec. 52-559. Damage for spreading fire.
Sec. 52-560. Damages for cutting trees, timber or shrubbery. Exclusion.
Sec. 52-560a. Damages for encroachment on state, municipal or nonprofit land conservation organization open space land. Attorney General enforcement. Civil action.
Sec. 52-561. Trespass to lands without color of right.
Sec. 52-561a. Damage by domestic fowls.
Sec. 52-562. Liability for fraud in contracting debt; concealing property.
Sec. 52-563. Liability for waste by tenant for life or years.
Sec. 52-563a.
Sec. 52-564. Treble damages for theft.
Sec. 52-564a. Liability for shoplifting.
Sec. 52-565. Double damages for forgery.
Sec. 52-565a. Liability of drawer for dishonored check. Service charge on drawer for dishonored check.
Sec. 52-566. Treble damages for wilful removal or destruction of bridge.
Sec. 52-567. Treble damages for injury to milestone, guidepost or railing.
Sec. 52-568. Damages for groundless or vexatious suit or defense.
Sec. 52-568a. Damages for groundless or vexatious suit against the owner or operator of a "pick or cut your own agricultural operation".
Sec. 52-569. Damages for leaving open bars, gate or fence.
Sec. 52-570. Action for malicious erection of structure.
Sec. 52-570a. (Formerly Sec. 52-202). Action against fiduciary.
Sec. 52-570b. Action for computer-related offenses.
Sec. 52-570c. Action for transmission of unsolicited facsimile or telephone messages. Unsolicited electronic mail advertising material.
Sec. 52-570d. Action for illegal recording of private telephonic communications.
Sec. 52-570e. Action for damages resulting from violations of unemployment or workers' compensation laws.
Sec. 52-570f. Action for theft of electric, gas, water, steam or community antenna television service.
Sec. 52-571.
Sec. 52-571a. Action for deprivation of equal rights and privileges.
Sec. 52-571b. Action or defense authorized when state or political subdivision burdens a person's exercise of religion.
Sec. 52-571c. Action for damages resulting from intimidation based on bigotry or bias.
Sec. 52-571d. Action for discrimination by golf country club in membership or access to facilities or services.
Sec. 52-571e. Action for damages resulting from actions of agent of surety on a bond.
Sec. 52-571f. Strict liability of person who illegally transfers a firearm.
Sec. 52-571g. Strict liability of person who fails to securely store a loaded firearm.
Sec. 52-571h. Action for damages resulting from identity theft.
Sec. 52-571i. Action for damages resulting from trafficking in persons.
Secs. 52-571j to 52-571z.
Sec. 52-571aa. (Formerly Sec. 52-571). Discrimination on account of membership in armed forces so as to cause deprivation of rights, privileges or immunities usually enjoyed by public. Penalty.
Sec. 52-571bb. Discrimination on account of membership in armed forces re access to any place of public accommodation, resort or amusement. Penalty.
Sec. 52-572. Parental liability for torts of minors.
Sec. 52-572a. Release by injured person voidable if obtained within fifteen days.
Sec. 52-572b. Alienation of affections and breach of promise actions abolished.
Sec. 52-572c. Parent-child immunity abrogated in certain negligence actions.
Sec. 52-572d. Interspousal immunity abrogated in motor vehicle negligence actions accruing out of state.
Sec. 52-572e. Release of joint tortfeasor.
Sec. 52-572f. Criminal conversation action abolished.
Sec. 52-572g. Defenses against holder in due course of instrument in consumer goods credit transaction.
Sec. 52-572h. Negligence actions. Doctrines applicable. Liability of multiple tortfeasors for damages.
Sec. 52-572i. Application of the family car doctrine.
Sec. 52-572j. Derivative actions by shareholders or members.
Sec. 52-572k. Hold harmless clause against public policy in certain construction contracts.
Sec. 52-572l. Strict tort liability, contributory negligence and comparative negligence not bar to recovery.
Sec. 52-572m. Product liability actions. Definitions.
Sec. 52-572n. Product liability claims.
Sec. 52-572o. Comparative responsibility. Award of damages. Action for contribution.
Sec. 52-572p. Limitation of liability of product seller.
Sec. 52-572q. Liability of product seller due to lack of adequate warnings or instructions.
Sec. 52-572r. Product liability claims against third parties.
Secs. 52-572s to 52-572v.
Sec. 52-572w. Agreement exempting caterer or catering establishment from liability for negligence void as against public policy.

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap925

Sec. 52-555. Actions for injuries resulting in death.
Sec. 52-555a. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse independent for determination of damages.
Sec. 52-555b. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse to be joined with all actions re death of spouse.
Sec. 52-555c. Statute of limitations. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse contingent upon proof of facts for wrongful death.
Sec. 52-555d. Eligibility for workers' compensation benefits bar to action for loss of consortium against employer.
Sec. 52-556. Actions for injuries caused by motor vehicles owned by the state.
Sec. 52-557. Injury to children being transported to school.
Sec. 52-557a. Standard of care owed social invitee.
Sec. 52-557b. "Good samaritan law". Immunity from liability for emergency medical assistance, first aid or medication by injection. School personnel not required to administer or render.
Sec. 52-557c. Standard of care applicable to owners and operators of school buses.
Sec. 52-557d. Defense of charitable immunity abolished.
Sec. 52-557e. Immunity of physicians from liability for uncompensated service on hospital utilization review committee.
Sec. 52-557f. Landowner liability for recreational use of land. Definitions.
Sec. 52-557g. Liability of owner of land available to public for recreation; exceptions.
Sec. 52-557h. Owner liable, when.
Sec. 52-557i. Obligation of user of land.
Sec. 52-557j. Liability of landowner upon whose land snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, minibikes or minicycles are operated.
Sec. 52-557k. Liability of landowner who allows persons to harvest firewood or fruits or vegetables.
Sec. 52-557l. Immunity from liability of persons who donate food and of nonprofit organizations or corporations that distribute donated food.
Sec. 52-557m. Immunity from liability of directors, officers and trustees of nonprofit tax-exempt organizations.
Sec. 52-557n. Liability of political subdivision and its employees, officers and agents. Liability of members of local boards and commissions.
Sec. 52-557o. Liability of land surveyors.
Sec. 52-557p. (Formerly Sec. 52-577p). Assumption of risk by person engaged in recreational equestrian activities, when.
Sec. 52-557q. Immunity from liability of broadcaster that broadcasts emergency alert and information concerning child abduction. Immunity from liability of outdoor advertising establishment.
Sec. 52-558. Liability for placing obstructions in highway.
Sec. 52-559. Damage for spreading fire.
Sec. 52-560. Damages for cutting trees, timber or shrubbery. Exclusion.
Sec. 52-560a. Damages for encroachment on state, municipal or nonprofit land conservation organization open space land. Attorney General enforcement. Civil action.
Sec. 52-561. Trespass to lands without color of right.
Sec. 52-561a. Damage by domestic fowls.
Sec. 52-562. Liability for fraud in contracting debt; concealing property.
Sec. 52-563. Liability for waste by tenant for life or years.
Sec. 52-563a.
Sec. 52-564. Treble damages for theft.
Sec. 52-564a. Liability for shoplifting.
Sec. 52-565. Double damages for forgery.
Sec. 52-565a. Liability of drawer for dishonored check. Service charge on drawer for dishonored check.
Sec. 52-566. Treble damages for wilful removal or destruction of bridge.
Sec. 52-567. Treble damages for injury to milestone, guidepost or railing.
Sec. 52-568. Damages for groundless or vexatious suit or defense.
Sec. 52-568a. Damages for groundless or vexatious suit against the owner or operator of a "pick or cut your own agricultural operation".
Sec. 52-569. Damages for leaving open bars, gate or fence.
Sec. 52-570. Action for malicious erection of structure.
Sec. 52-570a. (Formerly Sec. 52-202). Action against fiduciary.
Sec. 52-570b. Action for computer-related offenses.
Sec. 52-570c. Action for transmission of unsolicited facsimile or telephone messages. Unsolicited electronic mail advertising material.
Sec. 52-570d. Action for illegal recording of private telephonic communications.
Sec. 52-570e. Action for damages resulting from violations of unemployment or workers' compensation laws.
Sec. 52-570f. Action for theft of electric, gas, water, steam or community antenna television service.
Sec. 52-571.
Sec. 52-571a. Action for deprivation of equal rights and privileges.
Sec. 52-571b. Action or defense authorized when state or political subdivision burdens a person's exercise of religion.
Sec. 52-571c. Action for damages resulting from intimidation based on bigotry or bias.
Sec. 52-571d. Action for discrimination by golf country club in membership or access to facilities or services.
Sec. 52-571e. Action for damages resulting from actions of agent of surety on a bond.
Sec. 52-571f. Strict liability of person who illegally transfers a firearm.
Sec. 52-571g. Strict liability of person who fails to securely store a loaded firearm.
Sec. 52-571h. Action for damages resulting from identity theft.
Sec. 52-571i. Action for damages resulting from trafficking in persons.
Secs. 52-571j to 52-571z.
Sec. 52-571aa. (Formerly Sec. 52-571). Discrimination on account of membership in armed forces so as to cause deprivation of rights, privileges or immunities usually enjoyed by public. Penalty.
Sec. 52-571bb. Discrimination on account of membership in armed forces re access to any place of public accommodation, resort or amusement. Penalty.
Sec. 52-572. Parental liability for torts of minors.
Sec. 52-572a. Release by injured person voidable if obtained within fifteen days.
Sec. 52-572b. Alienation of affections and breach of promise actions abolished.
Sec. 52-572c. Parent-child immunity abrogated in certain negligence actions.
Sec. 52-572d. Interspousal immunity abrogated in motor vehicle negligence actions accruing out of state.
Sec. 52-572e. Release of joint tortfeasor.
Sec. 52-572f. Criminal conversation action abolished.
Sec. 52-572g. Defenses against holder in due course of instrument in consumer goods credit transaction.
Sec. 52-572h. Negligence actions. Doctrines applicable. Liability of multiple tortfeasors for damages.
Sec. 52-572i. Application of the family car doctrine.
Sec. 52-572j. Derivative actions by shareholders or members.
Sec. 52-572k. Hold harmless clause against public policy in certain construction contracts.
Sec. 52-572l. Strict tort liability, contributory negligence and comparative negligence not bar to recovery.
Sec. 52-572m. Product liability actions. Definitions.
Sec. 52-572n. Product liability claims.
Sec. 52-572o. Comparative responsibility. Award of damages. Action for contribution.
Sec. 52-572p. Limitation of liability of product seller.
Sec. 52-572q. Liability of product seller due to lack of adequate warnings or instructions.
Sec. 52-572r. Product liability claims against third parties.
Secs. 52-572s to 52-572v.
Sec. 52-572w. Agreement exempting caterer or catering establishment from liability for negligence void as against public policy.

State Codes and Statutes

State Codes and Statutes

Statutes > Connecticut > Title52 > Chap925

Sec. 52-555. Actions for injuries resulting in death.
Sec. 52-555a. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse independent for determination of damages.
Sec. 52-555b. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse to be joined with all actions re death of spouse.
Sec. 52-555c. Statute of limitations. Actions for loss of consortium re death of spouse contingent upon proof of facts for wrongful death.
Sec. 52-555d. Eligibility for workers' compensation benefits bar to action for loss of consortium against employer.
Sec. 52-556. Actions for injuries caused by motor vehicles owned by the state.
Sec. 52-557. Injury to children being transported to school.
Sec. 52-557a. Standard of care owed social invitee.
Sec. 52-557b. "Good samaritan law". Immunity from liability for emergency medical assistance, first aid or medication by injection. School personnel not required to administer or render.
Sec. 52-557c. Standard of care applicable to owners and operators of school buses.
Sec. 52-557d. Defense of charitable immunity abolished.
Sec. 52-557e. Immunity of physicians from liability for uncompensated service on hospital utilization review committee.
Sec. 52-557f. Landowner liability for recreational use of land. Definitions.
Sec. 52-557g. Liability of owner of land available to public for recreation; exceptions.
Sec. 52-557h. Owner liable, when.
Sec. 52-557i. Obligation of user of land.
Sec. 52-557j. Liability of landowner upon whose land snowmobiles, all-terrain vehicles, motorcycles, minibikes or minicycles are operated.
Sec. 52-557k. Liability of landowner who allows persons to harvest firewood or fruits or vegetables.
Sec. 52-557l. Immunity from liability of persons who donate food and of nonprofit organizations or corporations that distribute donated food.
Sec. 52-557m. Immunity from liability of directors, officers and trustees of nonprofit tax-exempt organizations.
Sec. 52-557n. Liability of political subdivision and its employees, officers and agents. Liability of members of local boards and commissions.
Sec. 52-557o. Liability of land surveyors.
Sec. 52-557p. (Formerly Sec. 52-577p). Assumption of risk by person engaged in recreational equestrian activities, when.
Sec. 52-557q. Immunity from liability of broadcaster that broadcasts emergency alert and information concerning child abduction. Immunity from liability of outdoor advertising establishment.
Sec. 52-558. Liability for placing obstructions in highway.
Sec. 52-559. Damage for spreading fire.
Sec. 52-560. Damages for cutting trees, timber or shrubbery. Exclusion.
Sec. 52-560a. Damages for encroachment on state, municipal or nonprofit land conservation organization open space land. Attorney General enforcement. Civil action.
Sec. 52-561. Trespass to lands without color of right.
Sec. 52-561a. Damage by domestic fowls.
Sec. 52-562. Liability for fraud in contracting debt; concealing property.
Sec. 52-563. Liability for waste by tenant for life or years.
Sec. 52-563a.
Sec. 52-564. Treble damages for theft.
Sec. 52-564a. Liability for shoplifting.
Sec. 52-565. Double damages for forgery.
Sec. 52-565a. Liability of drawer for dishonored check. Service charge on drawer for dishonored check.
Sec. 52-566. Treble damages for wilful removal or destruction of bridge.
Sec. 52-567. Treble damages for injury to milestone, guidepost or railing.
Sec. 52-568. Damages for groundless or vexatious suit or defense.
Sec. 52-568a. Damages for groundless or vexatious suit against the owner or operator of a "pick or cut your own agricultural operation".
Sec. 52-569. Damages for leaving open bars, gate or fence.
Sec. 52-570. Action for malicious erection of structure.
Sec. 52-570a. (Formerly Sec. 52-202). Action against fiduciary.
Sec. 52-570b. Action for computer-related offenses.
Sec. 52-570c. Action for transmission of unsolicited facsimile or telephone messages. Unsolicited electronic mail advertising material.
Sec. 52-570d. Action for illegal recording of private telephonic communications.
Sec. 52-570e. Action for damages resulting from violations of unemployment or workers' compensation laws.
Sec. 52-570f. Action for theft of electric, gas, water, steam or community antenna television service.
Sec. 52-571.
Sec. 52-571a. Action for deprivation of equal rights and privileges.
Sec. 52-571b. Action or defense authorized when state or political subdivision burdens a person's exercise of religion.
Sec. 52-571c. Action for damages resulting from intimidation based on bigotry or bias.
Sec. 52-571d. Action for discrimination by golf country club in membership or access to facilities or services.
Sec. 52-571e. Action for damages resulting from actions of agent of surety on a bond.
Sec. 52-571f. Strict liability of person who illegally transfers a firearm.
Sec. 52-571g. Strict liability of person who fails to securely store a loaded firearm.
Sec. 52-571h. Action for damages resulting from identity theft.
Sec. 52-571i. Action for damages resulting from trafficking in persons.
Secs. 52-571j to 52-571z.
Sec. 52-571aa. (Formerly Sec. 52-571). Discrimination on account of membership in armed forces so as to cause deprivation of rights, privileges or immunities usually enjoyed by public. Penalty.
Sec. 52-571bb. Discrimination on account of membership in armed forces re access to any place of public accommodation, resort or amusement. Penalty.
Sec. 52-572. Parental liability for torts of minors.
Sec. 52-572a. Release by injured person voidable if obtained within fifteen days.
Sec. 52-572b. Alienation of affections and breach of promise actions abolished.
Sec. 52-572c. Parent-child immunity abrogated in certain negligence actions.
Sec. 52-572d. Interspousal immunity abrogated in motor vehicle negligence actions accruing out of state.
Sec. 52-572e. Release of joint tortfeasor.
Sec. 52-572f. Criminal conversation action abolished.
Sec. 52-572g. Defenses against holder in due course of instrument in consumer goods credit transaction.
Sec. 52-572h. Negligence actions. Doctrines applicable. Liability of multiple tortfeasors for damages.
Sec. 52-572i. Application of the family car doctrine.
Sec. 52-572j. Derivative actions by shareholders or members.
Sec. 52-572k. Hold harmless clause against public policy in certain construction contracts.
Sec. 52-572l. Strict tort liability, contributory negligence and comparative negligence not bar to recovery.
Sec. 52-572m. Product liability actions. Definitions.
Sec. 52-572n. Product liability claims.
Sec. 52-572o. Comparative responsibility. Award of damages. Action for contribution.
Sec. 52-572p. Limitation of liability of product seller.
Sec. 52-572q. Liability of product seller due to lack of adequate warnings or instructions.
Sec. 52-572r. Product liability claims against third parties.
Secs. 52-572s to 52-572v.
Sec. 52-572w. Agreement exempting caterer or catering establishment from liability for negligence void as against public policy.

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