Please cite to the original publication
The 1973 Session of the Connecticut General Assembly enacted a statute of general application which puts Connecticut among the growing number of states which have substituted a rule of comparative negligence for the common law rule of contributory negligence. This paper will seek to explore some of the problems which this statute may raise.
Date of Authorship for this Version
Connecticut's Comparative Negligence Statute: An Analysis of Some Problems, 6 Conn. L. Rev. 207 (1974)