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Funaioli v. New London, 3346 CRB-1-96-5 (November 4, 1997), rev’d, 52 Conn. App. 194 (1999).
See, Funaioli, § 31-294c. Subsequent decision at Funaioli, 3814 CRB-2-98-5 (June 16, 1999), aff’d, 61 Conn. App. 131 (2000), § 31-301. Factual findings.
Russell v. Mystic Seaport Museum, 3274 CRB-2-96-2 (October 24, 1997), aff’d, 52 Conn. App. 255 (1999), rev’d, 252 Conn. 596 (2000).
Statute requires employers to keep records of injuries and report them to this Commission. A first report of injury does not inform its recipient that a workers’ compensation claim will be filed, however, and will not be construed as a notice of claim. See also, Russell, § 31-294c.