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Date: 01-13-2021

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Brooke Volpe v. Samuel C. Drogo d/b/a Sam Drogo & Sons Trucking

Case Number: 3:20-cv-01218-JCH

Judge: Janet C. Hall

Court: United States District Court for the District of Connecticut (New Haven County)

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Defendant's Attorney: Christopher M. Vossler

Description: New Haven, Connecticut personal injury truck wreck lawyer represented Brooke Volpe, who sued Samuel C. Drogo d/b/a Sam Drogo & Sons Trucking on personal injury, auto negligence and respondeat superior theories claiming to have suffered more than $75,000 in injuries and/or damages as a direct result of a car truck wreck caused by Samuel C. Drogo.

Outcome: 2/16/2020 19 ORDER DISMISSING CASE: This case has been reported settled. Rather than continue to keep the case open on the docket, the Clerk is directed to administratively close the file without prejudice to reopening on or before January 18, 2021. If the parties wish to file a stipulation of dismissal (for approval by the court or simply for inclusion in the court's file), they may do so on or before January 18, 2021. The dates set forth in this order may be extended for good cause pursuant to a motion filed in accordance with Local Rule 7. SO ORDERED by Judge Janet C. Hall on 12/16/2020.(DeRubeis, B.) (Entered: 12/16/2020)
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(Lewis, D) (Entered: 12/16/2020)

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