Matthew J. Shock Wins Summary Judgment on Behalf of Tenants for Alleged Defective Sidewalk Outside Premises

November 18, 2019

Matthew J. Shock successfully obtained summary judgment dismissing all claims against the Firm’s client, a commercial tenant, alleged to have been responsible for a defective sidewalk outside the premises. Plaintiff alleged that he was seriously injured after tripping and falling on a defective sidewalk outside the premises. Through Mr. Shock’s written motion, followed by subsequent oral argument, the court was convinced that the Firm’s client was not negligent as a commercial tenant. The court agreed that no evidence was produced demonstrating that the tenants had a duty to repair or replace the sidewalk, nor were responsible for such defect. The case continues against the remaining defendants.

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