Addressing a novel question in Colorado, an appeals court has ruled that a parking structure can qualify as a “public building” under the state’s Governmental Immunity Act, meaning that in the case before the court a county must continue to defend itself against a premises-liability lawsuit.

Jefferson County, the defendant in the case involving a slip and fall and injury, had moved to dismiss the suit under the CGIA.

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