Kate Crouch Secures Summary Judgment on Behalf of Landowner for a Slip and Fall on Ice by Tenant
Kate Crouch secured summary judgment on behalf of a landowner for a slip and fall on ice by a tenant. Through a strong deposition of Plaintiff in particular, we demonstrated that Plaintiff could not substantiate a claim that the ice accumulated unnaturally. While Plaintiff suggested multiple theories for the ice’s origin, we successfully argued that “mere possibilities” should be ignored by the Court.
Ray v. Sledzinski, 19 L 11727