Feb 23

The Appeals Court, in Alexis D. Coren-Hall v. MBTA  (16-P-300)  decided today, ruled that the Superior Court should have granted the MBTA summary judgment due to the defective presentment of the claim.  Claim needed to be presented to MBTA “executive officer” but wasn’t.  Superior Court denied motion, finding that the executive officer had notice even though presentment was defective. For the full slip opinion, click on:  Alexis D. Coren-Hall v. MBTA.

 

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