Slip and Fall Reform: H.B. 689 (2010)
Provided that if a person slipped and fell on a
Provided that if a person slipped and fell on a transitory foreign substance in a business establishment, the injured person must prove that the establishment had actual or constructive knowledge of the condition and should have taken action to remedy it. Also provided that constructive knowledge may be proven by circumstantial evidence.
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