Connecticut

STATUTE OF LIMITATIONS

Personal Property: 2 Years

Personal Injury: 2 Years

Breach of Contract (Written): 6 Years

Breach of Contract (Oral): 3 Years

Statute of Repose (Real Property): 7 Years

Statute of Repose (Products): 10 Years

Breach of Warranty: 3 Years

GOVERNMENT LIMITATIONS/NOTICE REQUIREMENTS

Claims against the State must be presented within 1 year
Claims against Municipalities require notice within 6 months of claims accrual and suit within 2 years

PIP/MED PAY SUBROGATION

PIP: NO
MED PAY: Unclear

CONTRIBUTORY NEGLIGENCE

Modified Comparative – 51%
Plaintiff cannot recover if 51% or more at fault (if found to be 50% at fault, plaintiff can recover)

PARENTAL RESPONSIBILITY

Limitation on Parents’ Liability: $5,000.00

Childs negligence will impose liability on parents when operation a motor vehicle without the permission of the owner

CERTIFICATE/AFFIDAVIT OF MERIT REQUIREMENT

There is generally no requirement for filing a certificate or affidavit of merit for claims against professionals

JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY

Several Liability

JOINT AND SEVERAL LIABILITY

applies when claim is not based in negligence

VICARIOUS LIABILITY

AGAINST OWNER OF VEHICLE: YES

MADE WHOLE DOCTRINE

Applies but can be modified by contract/policy language

DEDUCTIBLE REIMBURSEMENT

Pro-Rata reimbursement

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