Perry v. Bakewell Hawthorne, LLCAnnotate this Case
Plaintiff filed a personal injury action against defendant based on negligence and premises liability. Defendant filed suit after he was injured when he fell on an exterior stairway on property owned by defendant and occupied by former defendant Chase. The trail court granted summary judgment to defendant on the ground that plaintiff offered no admissible evidence to dispute the fact that defendant breached no duty of care and had no actual or constructive notice of any dangerous condition. Plaintiff appealed. The court concluded that the trial court’s exclusion of plaintiff’s expert declarations was not an abuse of discretion and that plaintiff failed to raise any triable issue as to notice. Accordingly, the court affirmed the judgment.