Category archive: Nuisance Liability

He’ll Build a GREAT Wall: Architect Avoids Public Nuisance Claim

In Fisk v. Town of Redding, 138 A.3d 410 (Conn. App. 2016), the Connecticut Court of Appeals decided a plaintiff injured after a fall from a wall could not maintain a public nuisance claim against the architect who designed the project. The plaintiff fell from a retaining wall built as part of a bigger municipal…


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