The plaintiffs did not allege a harm that came within the identifiable person, imminent harm exception to governmental immunity for discretionary acts when their claim of flooding from the defendants' alleged negligence in failing to maintain the roads and drainage systems, necessarily was unlimited as to duration and episodic as to occurrence and, therefore, not imminent.
Silberstein v. 54 Hillcrest Park Associates, LLC
Connecticut Appellate Court
May 9, 2012
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