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Employer's/Landowner Duty To Employee & Invitee

Jul 12, 2015 — by Jeff Mundy
Tags: Premise Liability

While an employer's liability may differ from that of other landowners due to the statutory waiver of its defenses, see Kroger Co. v. Keng23 S.W.3d 347, 352 (Tex. 2000), its premises-liability duty is the same as that owed by landowners to invitees generally.

Austin v. Kroger, (Supreme Court of Texas, 2015).


Liability for Criminal Conduct

Feb 23, 2015 — by Jeff Mundy
Tags: Premise Liability

When the injured party is an invitee, the elements of a premises liability claim are actual or constructive knowledge of a condition on the premises by the owner, the condition's posing of an unreasonable risk of harm, the owner's failure to exercise reasonable care to reduce or eliminate the risk, and proximate causation from that failure to the plaintiff's injury.

Quiktrip Corp v. Goodwin (Texas Court of Appeals - Fort Worth, 2015)


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