Doe v. Manheimer

In Doe v. Manheimer, 212 Conn. 748, 755, 563 A.2d 699 (1989) the Court was not persuaded that the owner of a property should reasonably foresee that an overgrowth of vegetation would provide an inducement for the commission of a violent crime by a stranger. The court held that the overgrown vegetation was an incidental factor and not a substantial factor that would establish proximate cause. Id.