Stubbs v. City of Rochester : "The Sewage in the Drinking Water Case"
When there are multiple possible causes of the plaintiff’s harm—only some of which the defendant is responsible for—should the plaintiff be required to disprove all other possible causes in order to prevail?
New York Court of Appeals
226 N.Y. 516
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