This final installment of our four-part incident documentation series takes a look at the power of surveillance video and photos... or the lack thereof.

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Part three of this four-part premises liability series focuses on the strategic issues one should consider when collecting witness statements as part of an incident report procedure.

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In this second part of our four-part series on premises liability documentation, we take a look at the importance of detailed incident reports as a means for defending against a plaintiff's slip, trip and fall claim.

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Proper incident inspections are the focus of this post, which is the first in a four-part series on premises liability documentation best practices.

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Appellate court reverses trial court ruling favoring bar owner in premises liability case, and in so doing, creates notice and open and obvious doctrine questions of fact.

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The Michigan Supreme Court recently doubled-down on the plain meaning of "open and obvious" in premises liability claims by reversing two lower appellate court rulings.

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Implementing a surveillance video retention policy can help businesses defend against premises liability claims.

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A recent ruling by the Michigan Court of Appeals further clarifies the proper use of Grandberry-Lovette v Garascia in premises liability cases where constructive notice is at issue.

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Appellate court rules school bus driver may be grossly negligent for decision to divert from normal route to "treat" students to an extra bumpy ride, resulting in injuries.

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Appellate court affirms trial court's ruling to allow land survey as evidence in slip and fall liability case.

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