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Lettuce Leaf on Floor Slip & Fall Injuries

The Connecticut Supreme Court first recognized the “mode of operation” as a standard of proof in a premises liability action in Kelly v. Stop & Shop, 281 Conn. 768 (2007). Business invitees, in Connecticut, may now recover for an injury from a dangerous condition on the business’s premises “without a showing that the business had actual or constructive notice of that condition, if the condition was reasonably foreseeable and the business failed to take reasonable measures to discover and remove it.

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