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The Connecticut Court of Appeals was called to resolve an appeal by Helyn Byrd regarding the judgment rendered by the trial court in favor of the insurance agent and Nationwide Insurance Co. of America (Nationwide). The trial court granted the defendants’ motion to strike all four counts of the plaintiff’s revised complaint. In Helyn Byrd v. Wendelynne Ortiz et al., No. AC 33470 (Conn.App. 06/12/2012), the appeal issue was whether the court improperly granted the motion to strike counts one and three of the revised complaint alleging claims of negligence.


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