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Campos v. Coleman
Connecticut Supreme Court
123 A.3d 854 (2015)
Jose Mauricio Campos (Campos) and his wife Gregoria Campos (Gregoria) (plaintiff) had three children—Mauricio, Jose Ernesto, and Jose Eduardo Campos (the Campos children) (plaintiffs). Campos was riding a bicycle when he was struck by a vehicle owned by LQ Management, LLC, and operated by Robert Coleman (defendants). Gregoria and the Campos children sued Coleman and LQ, alleging that Coleman had negligently caused Campos’s death. The complaint included claims for the Campos children’s loss of parental consortium. The trial court granted Coleman and LQ’s motion to strike the claim for loss of parental consortium. The jury returned a verdict for Gregoria. The Campos children appealed the trial court’s order striking their claim for loss of parental consortium.
Rule of Law
Holding and Reasoning (Palmer, J.)
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