Interlicchia v. LAUSD

Complaint for Personal Injuries Against Public Entity

This is a very interesting Complaint for personal injuries filed against a public entity school district. The theories of liability were novel in that it was based upon lack of lighting and a failure to prevent persons from traversing unsupervided and unlit areas. In addition, the lighting that was present actually created a unique "dangerous condition" by casting an "eclipse" shadow over a walking area that that had an unmarked curb. The plaintiff fell off that curb and broke an ankle on one side and her foot on the other.

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Reference Info:Pleadings | State, 9th Circuit, California | United States

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