Published 8:43 pm EST, Monday, February 25, 2019. Greenwich Time, New Haven Register, CT Law Tribune.
“BRANFORD — The family of a young boy sexually assaulted by the former owner of a Branford graphics company over a two-year period has reached a $1.5 million settlement with the perpetrator, according to the Connecticut Law Tribune.” “The family’s attorney, Frank Bartlett of Cheshire-based Bartlett Legal Group, told the Law Tribune that the boy’s father worked for Guay at K&G Graphics and the boy, who was 8 years old when the abuse began in 2014, often would accompany his father to work.”
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8/28/2015 Respected Wrongful Death and Personal Injury Attorney Frank Bartlett quoted concerning
Status of Fetus at Issue in Wrongful Death Case
Judge says wrongful death suit can proceed even if baby isn’t viable
Michelle Tuccitto Sullo, The Connecticut Law Tribune
August 28, 2015
Frank Bartlett of Bartlett Legal Group in Cheshire, who was not involved in this case but has handled many other personal injury cases, called Kamp’s ruling a “significant and well-reasoned” decision that allows a plaintiff to move forward in a case in which a child was born and later died. He said the law in this area is likely to change. “While in this case viability was not the determining factor because the child was born as opposed to dying in utero, medical advances are changing the line of viability,” Bartlett said, noting there have been rare cases in which children born before 22 weeks have survived.
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10/1/2014 Attorney Bartlett selected to CT Law Tribune’s “2014 New Leaders in the Law”.
6/27/2014 CT Law Tribune -Bartlett wins $2,750,000 verdict in an adult victim of childhood sexual abuse case
9/20/2013 Below is TV coverage of Attorney Frank Bartlett before the CT Supreme Court in Wood v. Club LLC. His arguments start 30 minutes 20 seconds into the video. Click on the photo below to view the video. After watching the video click here for the Supreme Court’s Ruling.