Summary Judgment Denied in Lycoming County Slip and Fall Case
In a recent decision out of the Lycoming County Court of Common
Pleas in the case of Goldy v. Woodlands
Bank, No. 15-01334 (C.P. Lycoming Co. May 31, 2016 Gray, J.), Judge Richard
A. Gray denied a landowner Defendant’s Motion for Summary Judgment in a trip
and fall case.
Judge Richard A. Gray
The landowner initially asserted that the Plaintiff assumed
the risk by walking over an allegedly dangerous condition that the Plaintiff
had previously encountered.The
landowner Defendant also argued that it was entitled to summary judgment given
that the Plaintiff was unable to state exactly what caused her to fall.
The court denied the motion after finding issues of fact
precluded the entry of summary judgment.
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