Weiss v. Bergen

In Weiss v. Bergen, 63 Conn. App. 810, 779 A.2d 195, cert. denied, 258 Conn. 908, 782 A.2d 1254 (2001), the court granted the plaintiff's motion for an additur to the jury verdict. The defendant rejected the proposed additur, and the court set aside the verdict and ordered a new trial. Id. at 812. In response, the defendant appealed, claiming that the granting of the plaintiff's motion for an additur was improper. Id. at 811. The Court agreed and remanded the case to the trial court with direction to reinstate the jury's verdict and to render judgment thereon. Id. at 814.