United Electrical Contractors, Inc. v. Progress Builders, Inc
In United Electrical Contractors, Inc. v. Progress Builders, Inc., 26 Conn. App. 749, 603 A.2d 1190 (1992), the Court concluded that a defendant's transfer of real property to his wife from a corporation that he controlled proximately caused the plaintiff's injury sufficiently to pierce the corporate veil.
In that case, the plaintiff was owed money for services it performed on the real property under a contract with another corporation controlled by the defendant. The plaintiff claimed that the transfer "prevented the property from being taken by legal process and . . . prevented the plaintiff from securing payment of its indebtedness." Id. at 753 n.2.