premises liability

Campbell v. Budd (Oct. 18, 2022, B306687) 2022 WL 10252427 [nonpublished opinion]

A twelve-year-old child walked into a sliding glass door at a vacation rental and suffered significant injuries when the glass shattered.  The child and her parents sued the landlords for premises liability and negligence, alleging that they had failed to maintain their property in a

Barrett v. Leech (July 24, 2014, D063991) 2014 WL 3659366 [nonpublished opinion]

A horse owner hired a farrier to trim his horses’ hooves in the owner’s outdoor corral. While the farrier was trying to secure one of the horses, the horse bumped into him. He fell backwards and hit his head on one of many obvious sharp

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