Torts — Premises liability — Trip and fall — Sidewalk — Open and obvious condition — Trial court erred in entering summary judgment in favor of defendants on ground that uneven joint between two concrete segments of sidewalk was an open and obvious condition for which defendants had no duty to warn, where genuine issue of fact existed as to whether defendants should have anticipated that plaintiff would use sidewalk and encounter cracked and uneven concrete, notwithstanding obvious condition
44 Fla. L. Weekly D301d
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