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Peek v. Manchester Memorial Hospital

Plaintiff suffered injuries when she fell at the defendant hospital, months after the fall she was informed that a nurse or nurse’s assistant was supposed to be responsible for her safety while at the hospital. Court held that the doctrine of continuing course of treatment was inapplicable as the lawsuit was filed within the three year repose period, further, it held that a genuine issue of material fact existed regarding when the plaintiff discovered her injury. Consequently, reversing the trial court’s granting of summary judgment in favor of the defendant.