The village of Lake Delton is not liable for damage to five houses and nine lots caused by massive flooding in June 2008, the Wisconsin Court of Appeals ruled Thursday.
A group of 181 Milwaukee residents who successfully sued the city after raw sewage flooded their basements in 2008 won a second victory Friday by convincing a judge to increase amounts awarded for court costs.
A dispute over court costs is stalling a verdict awarding more than $548,000 to 181 Milwaukee residents whose homes were flooded with raw sewage in 2008.
Two hundred Milwaukee residents received the verdict they wanted Friday in a lawsuit against the city over basement flooding, but they now must wait to learn whether the jury’s ruling is valid.
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