Dangerous Condition

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Supreme Court of Kentucky Effectively Abrogates the Open-and-Obvious-Danger Doctrine

Two seminal opinions on premises liability law issued by the Supreme Court of Kentucky have substantially redefined the open-and-obvious-danger doctrine, with significant implications for premises liability claims. ...more

Florida Statute 768.0755: Changes to Premises Liability

Barbara Horn slipped and fell on the wet floors of a medical center in Lakeland. She suffered knee problems and underwent several surgical procedures, culminating in total knee replacements of both knees....more

Under Construction - March 2013

In This Issue: - Letter From the Editor - Tips for Presenting, Analyzing and Resolving Delay and Impact Claims - The Ever-Shrinking Federal Budget: Preparing for Contract Cut-Backs - Colorado Court of...more

Back to Basics: Attempting to Make Sure a Trial Judge Applies the Proper Analysis to Cases Alleging Non-Repair of a Roadway

The underlying premise of this paper is that over the past 20-30 years Ontario courts have, on a number of occasions, both at the trial level and on appeal, failed to properly apply the traditional test for non-repair set out...more

Weekly Law Resume - January 10, 2013: Dangerous Conditions of Public Property and Third-Party Conduct: The Alleged Condition Must...

Cordova v. City of Los Angeles California Court of Appeal, Second Appellate District (December 20, 2012) Plaintiffs injured by the negligent or criminal acts of others often allege that a dangerous condition of public...more

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