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NU Online News Service, Aug. 13, 4:05 p.m. EDT

Claims stemming from a workplace shooting last week at a beer distributorship in Connecticut may become the largest workers’ compensation payout in the state for an incident of its kind, the Hartford Courant reported.

In a story by Matthew Sturdevant, the Hartford Courant quotes John Mastropietro, chairman of Connecticut’s Workers Compensation Commission, as stating that the incident at Hartford Distributors Inc. has the potential to surpass the payout from a 1998 incident at the Connecticut Lottery headquarters in Newington, Conn., simply because the more recent event involves more people.

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