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Connecticut General Statutes 52-225b - "Collateral sources" defined

Connecticut General Statutes > Title 52 > Chapter 900 > 52-225b


Current as of: 2013

For purposes of sections 52-225a to 52-225c, inclusive: "Collateral sources" means any payments made to the claimant, or on his behalf, by or pursuant to: (1) Any health or sickness insurance, automobile accident insurance that provides health benefits, and any other similar insurance benefits, except life insurance benefits available to the claimant, whether purchased by him or provided by others; or (2) any contract or agreement of any group, organization, partnership or corporation to provide, pay for or reimburse the costs of hospital, medical, dental or other health care services. "Collateral sources" do not include amounts received by a claimant as a settlement.

Connecticut General Statutes 52-225a - Reduction in economic damages in personal injury and wrongful death actions for collateral source paymentsChapter 900 Table of ContentsConnecticut General Statutes 52-225c - Recovery of collateral source benefits prohibited

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