Cart Tracks May Establish Knowledge of Condition
A shopping cart's tracks through liquid on the floor of a supermarket may be enough to establish knowledge of a dangerous slip-and-fall condition.
The Pennsylvania Superior Court has held that a shopping cart’s tracks through liquid on the ground of a supermarket may be sufficient to establish that the supermarket had constructive knowledge of a dangerous slip-and-fall condition. The case is Gumby v. Karns Prime & Fancy Food, Ltd. No. 1030 MDA 2019, 2019 Pa. Super. Unpub LEXIS 4779 (Dec. 30, 2019).
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