Torts — Premises liability — Trip and fall — Duty to maintain — Action arising out of injuries sustained as a result of plaintiff tripping over wheel stop in defendant’s parking lot — Error to grant summary judgment in favor of defendant based on open and obvious danger doctrine — Material issue of fact exists as to whether defendant violated the duty to maintain the premises in a reasonably safe condition where plaintiff claimed the wheel stop was placed near or at the egress of the building which created an unreasonably dangerous condition, and plaintiff’s expert affidavit opined that placement constituted a dangerous condition in violation of the Florida Building Code and industry safety standards
44 Fla. L. Weekly D1601a
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