Connecticut Supreme Court Rules on Pre-Marriage Equality Loss of Consortium Claim

The Connecticut Supreme Court ruled unanimously on July 16 that a woman whose same-sex partner was misdiagnosed with the wrong kind of cancer when it was too late for effective medical treatment can assert a claim for damages for loss of consortium if she can show that the women would have married had they not been prevented from doing so by state law.  Although the court’s ruling involves the only such claim that has been … <Read More>