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Torts – nuisance – negligence — jury instructions

Wisconsin Court of Appeals


Torts – nuisance – negligence — jury instructions

Barbara Allen appeals pro se from an order granting judgment on the jury’s verdict that her neighbors, Dan and Tuesdee Luce and Mary Buechner, were not negligent with respect to the private nuisance at Allen’s home caused by flooding. Allen argues that the trial court erred in its ruling on motions in limine, that the case was submitted to the jury on the wrong legal theory, and that the jury instructions were inaccurate and incomplete. We conclude that Allen’s claim that denial of her motion in limine was error is too inadequately developed to permit review and that her remaining issues are not preserved for appeal. We affirm the order. This opinion will not be published.

2011AP1622 Allen v. Luce, et al.

Dist II, Waukesha County, Mac Davis, J., Per Curiam

Attorneys: For Appellant: Allen, Barbara J., pro se; For Respondent: Hallstein, George W., Saint Paul, Minn.; Cuthbert, Jane M., Brookfield; Vescio, Michael R., Milwaukee

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