Brinson Ford, Inc. v. Alger
228 S.W.3D 161, 50 TEX. SUP. CT. J. 900, 2007.TX.0004819
Department One Supreme Court of Washington
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Connie Alger fell from a pedestrian ramp while visiting a car dealership and brought this premises liability action for the injuries she sustained. The trial court granted summary judgment in the premises owners favor without specifying the ground. A divided court of appeals reversed, holding that fact issues existed as to the premises owners actual or constructive knowledge of the condition, whether the condition posed an unreasonable risk of harm, and whether the premises owner failed to exercise reasonable care to reduce or eliminate the risk of harm. 169 S.W.3d 340. We hold that Alger presented no evidence of a premises condition that posed an unreasonable risk of harm, and reverse and render judgment in Brinson Fords favor.
- Category: Law
- Published: Jun 15, 2007
- Publisher: LawApp Publishers
- Seller: Innodata Book Distribution Services Inc
- Print Length: 4 Pages
- Language: English