Jones et al v. Daimler Chrysler Corporation

Supreme Court Peremptorily Reverses Subcontractor's Personal Injury Claim Against Property Owner

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The Supreme Court peremptorily reversed the Court of Appeals decision, finding that it lacked "legal and factual merit". This was a case in which a subcontractor / independent contractor alleged premises liability against the property owner for a condition on the premises that was part of the construction project. It dovetails into the concerns with applying "invitee" status to contractors / subcontractors who are on property to perform specific tasks, as opposed to being business invitees and it also addresses and applies the Fultz / Banaszak "no independent duty in tort" issue. If you have any questions regarding this case, please do not hesitate to contact me. Thanks, Carson Tucker

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