Hicks V Anstro

Ms. Hicks was injured when an factory crane which she was operating became unstable and dropped its load which entrapped her leg. She was assigned to a factory in Waterbury, CT by her employer and the factory which owned the crane and ran the facility denied any legal responsibility for the crane’s alleged malfunction nor for the lack of guidance in how to use the crane in a way less likely to result in such an injury. After multiple years of litigation, the matter resolved short of Trial for a substantial six figure settlement, the terms of which remain confidential (Formerly pending in Waterbury Superior Court, resolved 2013).