Skating Circles around Plaintiff’s Case

By anntheriot on 10/12/2015

Negligence cannot be inferred against a business owner or an owner of an allegedly defective thing simply because an accident happened and somebody got hurt. And if the plaintiff’s “evidence” that she was injured by something “defective” consists of nothing more than conclusory allegations or calls for improbably inferences or speculation about a defect, then the case is subject to being summarily dismissed. Read full article written by Chris Irwin here.

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