George v. Ericson

In George v. Ericson, 250 Conn. 312, 736 A.2d 889 (1999) the Court established that a nontreating physician's opinion may be admissible even if it is based on what would otherwise be inadmissible hearsay as long as the opinion is based on trustworthy information and the expert has had sufficient experience to evaluate it, including tests, medical records, statements by a party, laboratory reports and X rays. George v. Ericson, supra, 250 Conn. 321-24.