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Custodian Gets Nothing After Fall In Snow

The Connecticut Law Tribune

iBrian Guimond v. Newfield Construction Inc. and Midstate Site Development LLC/i: Canton school custodian Brian Guimond, 30, was checking doors to make sure they were locked about 9:45 p.m. on March 1, 2005. A layer of snow covered the ground, obscuring a gravel-covered walkway that had been installed three months earlier. The path was raised from two to five inches above the surrounding ground and, Guinmond tripped and fell over it.

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