Bradford v. Herzig

In Bradford v. Herzig, 33 Conn. App. 714, 724, 638 A.2d 608, cert. denied, 229 Conn. 920, 642 A.2d 1212 (1994), the Court stated that: "it is axiomatic that where the negligence of two persons concurs to produce a single result, a plaintiff can elect to sue either or both. . . . The plaintiff had the right to choose either or both of two defendants to sue. If the defendant believed that a nonparty was responsible for some or all of the plaintiff's injuries, it was his responsibility to implead that nonparty."