Peters, et al. v. Contigroup, et al., 292 S.W.3d 380 (Mo. Ct. App. 2009)

(although parent had previously brought nuisance claim against defendant are was awarded $100,000 in damages for the defendant's creation of a temporary nuisance with respect to defendant's hog farm operation, child of parent (who is now an adult, but was a minor at the time of the prior case) not precluded by res judicata from bringing own claim for damages for direct, personal injuries arising from the nuisance as a resident of the parents' home; summary judgment for defendant on child's nuisance claim reversed and case remanded to conduct new trial on child's nuisance claim). 

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