• Superior Court
  • Hartford J.D., at Hartford
  • CV10-6012118S
  • Jan 03 2013 (Date Decided)
  • Scholl, J.
To prevail on a premises liability claim, a plaintiff must prove: 1.) a defect existed; 2.) the defendant knew about, or in the exercise of reasonable care should have known about, the defect; and 3.) the defect existed for sufficient length of time that the defendant should have discovered and remedied it.

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