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Constructive Notice May be an Issue in a Premises Liability Personal Injury Suit

By on October 14, 2016 in Liability with 0 Comments

A business owner owes an invitee a duty to discover and eliminate dangerous conditions and to maintain their premises in a safe condition. For an injured plaintiff to prove a breach of that duty, if the owner did not create the condition, the plaintiff must prove that the defendant had actual or constructive knowledge of […]

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Bowling Alley Found Not Liable for Injury Caused Due to Fall from Wet Substance on Floor

By on June 19, 2015 in Blog with 1 Comment

The plaintiff Veronica Gilmore was bowling with her friends on New Year’s Eve 2009 when she fractured her wrist as a result of a slip and fall after she released her ball and stepped back. She did not notice anything on the floor before she approached the lane, but noticed her clothes were “slimy damp” […]

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