Mauro v. Yale-New Haven Hospital

In Mauro v. Yale-New Haven Hospital, 31 Conn. App. 584, 591, 627 A.2d 443 (1993) the Court held that 52-216a did not require the automatic subtraction of settlement amounts from jury verdicts. "The test to be applied is whether the verdict so shocks the conscience as to compel a reviewing court's conclusion that it was due to partiality, prejudice or mistake. . . . The verdict must fall somewhere within the necessarily uncertain limits of fair and reasonable compensation in the particular case . . . ." Id.