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    Rivard-Pedigo v. Okemo (New Haven Superior Court – filed March 8, 2017) A forty-year-old Woodbridge woman was enjoying a day of skiing at Okemo Mountain Resort in Ludlow, VT with her family when she was suddenly plowed down on a trail by an Okemo employee. The employee admitted he was skiing recklessly—at a high rate of speed and in an uncontrolled manner—and took responsibility for the crash. As a result of the carelessness demonstrated by the Okemo employee, who knew his actions were highly improper, the plaintiff suffered multiple traumatic bodily injuries that required surgical intervention, severe distress and loss of time from work, and recurring medical expenses. She also is unable to carry on with the activities she previously enjoyed due to her extensive injuries.

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