S.W. ex rel. Wacker v. Towers Boat Club, Inc.Annotate this Case
The Supreme Court granted certiorari in this case to consider an issue of first impression: whether under the state premises liability statute, the attractive nuisance doctrine applied only to trespassing children but not to licensees or invitees. The Court held that the doctrine permits all children, regardless of classification, to bring a claim for attractive nuisance. This case was remanded for the trial court to consider the merits of the plaintiff's attractive nuisance claim.