Michigan Court of Appeals Drops the Curtain in a Premises/Ordinary Negligence Case Involving a Slip and Fall in a Dark Theater
Boundaries 11/27/2017

This case presented the Michigan Court of Appeals with yet another fact intensive matter involving injuries sustained on a premises to address whether such an action is sounded in ordinary negligence or premises liability. That determination is fundamental to the litigation and outcome of the case. Moreover, this case provides further clarification as to the proper application of the open and obvious doctrine in premises liability actions involving darkness.

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