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NEW YORK (AP) — The New York City woman vilified for suing her 12-year-old nephew over a broken wrist she suffered when he jumped in her arms to greet her four years ago said Thursday she was “never comfortable” with the lawsuit.
Jennifer Connell appeared on NBC’s “Today” show along with her nephew, Sean Tarala. She said she wanted her nephew’s parents’ homeowners insurance to pay her medical bills, but under Connecticut law she could only sue an individual.
“An individual has to be named, and in this case, because Sean and I had this fall together, I was informed that Sean had to be named. I was never comfortable with that,” Connell said.
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