Attorneys Chris Vossler and Rachel Bradford recently spoke at the New England Claims Executives Association November meeting in Rocky Hill, CT. Chris spoke about Connecticut premises liability law as it relates to sports and recreation claims. Rachel’s presentation focused on stadium injuries and the “limited duty rule”, which absolves facilities owners from negligence-based claims where fans have a choice to sit in stadium areas that have protective netting. The meeting was well attended, and the fans and athletes in the group engaged in lively discussion.
As a result of last weeks storm, our phones are still intermittently out of service. The best way to reach any of our attorneys or staff is via email. AT&T has worked through the weekend and we hope to have service restored soon.READ MORE
Howd & Ludorf, LLC Partners Thomas R. Gerarde and Kristan M. Maccini have won a major victory for Connecticut municipalities, and police officers in particular, before the Connecticut Supreme Court in the case of Borelli v. Renaldi. The ...READ MORE
Howd & Ludorf, LLC’s offices will be closed on Friday June 19, 2020, as a demonstration of support for the fight against racial injustice.READ MORE
The offices of Howd & Ludorf LLC are open for business. Most of us are working remotely and can be reached via email, which is the first letter and last firstname.lastname@example.org. Email is the best way to reach any of our attorneys. If you wish to leave ...READ MORE
Howd & Ludorf, LLC Partners Thomas Gerarde and Beatrice Jordan have convinced the Connecticut Supreme Court to affirm the granting of summary judgment based on governmental immunity in favor of the Town of Naugatuck. In Northrup v. Witkowski, ...READ MORE
In Dole v. Sulzicki, Howd & Ludorf, LLC Partners Thomas Gerarde and Kristan Maccini have convinced the Connecticut Appellate Court to affirm the granting of summary judgment based on governmental immunity in favor of the Town of ...READ MORE