Being uniformed LE in a small Southern town, it's very rare that I have to participate in raids, but I have done it. It's hard for me to imagine a circumstance where anyone at my agency could somehow hit the wrong house, since we all know where our trouble spots are. Still, I guess anything's possible. My advice to the citizenry would be thus: If you find yourself caught up in a "wrong address raid", and if it's clear that said raiders are indeed LEOs, just do as they tell you. When it becomes clear to them that they're at the wrong address [and it will do so pretty quickly], everything will be sorted out. You'll probably receive effusive apologies, and if that's not enough for you, you can certainly take it up with the chief or a private attorney if you wish.
Seen on a bumper sticker: "Exercise. Eat right. Take vitamins. Die anyway."