Ferreira v. Pisaturo

In Ferreira v. Pisaturo, 41 Conn. Supp. 326, 574 A.2d 1324 (1989), aff'd, 215 Conn. 55, 573 A.2d 1216 (1990), the court concluded that "the plaintiff's decedent, on the day in question, where he was working, subjected himself to the 'special hazards of the workplace.' The risk of injury he faced was not that risk of a motor vehicle accident faced by the general public as a 'common danger.'