Minnesota High Court Reverses Ruling On Destruction Of Water Damage Evidence

ST. PAUL, Minn. – The Minnesota Supreme Court on Aug. 3 overturned summary judgment for the defendants in an action involving a water-damaged property, concluding that the trial court erred by ruling that spoliation of evidence resulted from the plaintiff attempting to make repairs to his home (David J.T. Miller v. Linda J. Lankow, et al., No. A09-0244, Minn. App.; 2011 Minn. LEXIS 457).
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